Ben the Amateur Exegete posted the 187th Biblical Studies Carnival, highlighting the best and brightest blogs in biblical and theological studies last month. Ben admits he put a heavy emphasis New Testament topics, mostly because that is what he is interested in. But that is how these carnivals go, the host adds their own creative shape to them. Ben did a great job and despite his protests, there are plenty of Hebrew Bible links to keep you busy. So checlkout Ben’s Carnival and click all the links. Maybe follow one or two new blogs. Ben has a podcast, Amateur Exegesis, you should check out and add to your regular rotation, and you can follow Ben on Twitter (if you are in to that sort of thing): @amateurexegete
Here are the volunteers for the next few months:
188 October 2021 (Due November 1) – Jim West, Zwingli Redivivus @drjewest
189 November 2021 (Due December 1) – Bob MacDonald at Dust @drmacdonald
190 December 2021 (Due January 1) – Phillip Long, Reading Acts @plong42
If you would like to host an upcoming Carnival, contact me via email, firstname.lastname@example.org or DM on twitter (plong42) to discuss hosting a carnival in 2022. Right now I have no one lined up for the new year, so if you would like to host, you have your pick of months! 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.