At Viviendo para Su Gloria, Kenson Gonzalez hosted the 185th Biblical Studies Carnival, highlighting the best biblical and theological blog posts in July 2021. Kenson was so excited about hosting the carnival he posted it five days early. I bet he was one of those students who turned in his homework early too. July is a slow month for bibliobloggers. This July was the first time many people got to travel and do something other than think about COVID. This is especially us professor types. Between class prep and meetings (and meetings about meetings), my August is filling up fast.
In Carnival news, Brent Niedergall (@BrentNiedergall) will host Carnival 186 (August 2021). After that, I have no volunteers for the rest of the year [Edit: Ben the Amateur Exegete volunteer for September’s carnival, thanks Ben!) If you want to be a part of the Carnival, contact me via email, email@example.com or DM on twitter (plong42) to discuss hosting a carnival in final months of 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.
Check out the Biblical Studies Carnival Master List at the top of this page to visit past carnivals.