Biblical Studies Carnival – August 2017

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The Carnival is right through that door. Trust me.

It is Carnival time once again, and Jason Gardner posted a great collection of links at eis doxan in his Biblical Studies Carnival for August 2017.  Jason is currently a PhD candidate at Dallas Theological Seminary studying New Testament and has been blogging at eis doxan for years. He added two interesting categories to this carnival, “August Releases” listing a few new books and a section on technology. Head over there and get  your fill of the best of the best in August.

The next few carnivals will be hosted by:

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. Most Carnival hosts appreciate some nominations as they are collecting their links, but they do not always use them all.

As you can see, the 2017 Carnival season is coming to a close, and I do not have any volunteers for 2018 yet. To reserve a month in 2018, contact me via email me  (plong42 at or direct message on Twitter (@plong42). You can also leave a comment here with your contact info and I will get back to you.

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5 thoughts on “Biblical Studies Carnival – August 2017

  1. Phil, have I missed something? On neither Jason’s excellent round up or on this helpful reminder can I see anything about the carnival for September (October 1), but both of you seem to skip to mine due on 1 Nov. have you got a gap, or is everyone else just a mental month ahead of me?

    • Well this is a problem…I did not have an September carnival on the list (due Oct 1). Do you want that one, or the one listed?

      I had planned to take one or the other anyway.

  2. I’d prefer to stick to October publishing on Nov 1 – September is a horribly busy month for me. Are you okay with dong the September one at the start of October?

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