Randy McCracken (@randalmccracken) hosts the September Biblical Studies Carnival at Bible Study with Randy. Randy is a first time host, so be gentle.
Randy hails from the ancient city of York, England, a city Randy points out is the “very city where Constantine himself was proclaimed Emperor.” He has a nice collection of posts concerning the “trending topic of plagiarism” in biblical scholarship. This is the reason I have extra quote marks in this paragraph, just in case.
Jim West’s Alt-Carnival brings you posts from all seven continents, although Antarctica is severely under-represented.
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The next few carnivals will be hosted by:
- October 2016 (posted November 1): Bob MacDonald, Dust, @
- November 2016 (posted December 1): Jim West, Zwinglius Redivivus, @
- December 2016 (posted January 1): Jennifer Guo, @jenniferguo
- January 2017 (February 1) -Cassandra Farrin, Ethics and Early Christianity
I have included a link to the site hosting as well as a twitter account so you can nominate posts during the month by sending them directly to the host. If you do not have a twitter account, contact the host via their blog.
As always I am looking for volunteers for the the 2017 Carnival Season. There are several people who have hosted in the past that could take a month, don’t wait for me to ask you (or beg you) to participate.
Carnivals are a great way to attract attention to your site if you are new blogger, but more importantly it gives you a chance to highlight the best and the brightest in the world of BibliBlogs.