Ben the Amateur Exegete has posted the March Biblical Studies Carnival, thirty links for thirty days in April. Which is cool, even though his carnival covers March, which has 31 days. Maybe Ben has weird knuckles. Maybe the number thirty is an apocalyptic number, symbolic of the state of the blogging world this March. Whatever the reason for thirty, Ben has put together a very nice carnival, with several blogs that are new (to me at least). Head on over and check out the Amateur Exegete’s blog and click all the links.
Check out the Biblical Studies Carnival Master List at the top of this page to visit past carnivals.
Here is a list of the upcoming BiblioBlog Carnival hosts 2021, at least through June. But there is still plenty of time for you to get your name on the list for hosting a biblical studies carnival in 2021.
- 182 April 2021 (Due May 1) – Ruben Rus, Ayuda Ministerial/Resources for Ministry, @rubenderus
- 183 May 2021 (Due June 1) – Bobby Howell, The Library Musings @SirRobertHowell
- 184 June 2021 (Due July 1) – Brent Niedergall, @BrentNiedergall
- 185 July 2021 (Dune August 1) – Kenson Gonzalez Viviendo para Su Gloria @KensonGonzalez
if you want to be a part of the BiblioBlog world (or Carnival cult, whatever), contact me via email, firstname.lastname@example.org or DM on twitter (plong42) to discuss hosting a carnival in 2021. I would love to see some veteran bloggers volunteer for a month in 2021. If you are a new BiblioBlogger, this is a good way to get your blog some recognition. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about hosting a Biblical Studies Carnival in the second half for 2021.