Ben the Amateur Exegete (@amateurexegete) posted the Biblical Studies Carnival #204 for February 2023. As expected, Ben curated an exceptional carnival with a great collection of links to academic blog posts, podcasts, and videos. I always like Ben’s carnivals since he follows quite a few podcasts I don’t. Head over to The Amateur Exegete, read what Been says, and click on all the links.
In other blogging news, Brian Small did a Hebrews Highlights this month. Is anyone else doing a micro-carnival like this? There used to be one for Galatians and the Septuagint.
In Reading Acts news, sometime in early February, I passed five million hits. That is pretty dang exciting, although I have been doing this since 2012 so it really adds up. Thanks to everyone who stops by and reads what I have to say, especially those who are not trying to convince me COVID is the mark of the beast or that Fauci is the antichrist, as predicted in 1 Enoch.
Here is what is happening with future carnivals: Now is the time for you to volunteer to host a carnival in 2023! I have no one for March (due April 1), unless I can cajole N. T. Wrong to come out of retirement. But it has been seven long years since N. T. Wrong posted his last carnival….maybe it’s time.
Did Ben mention you in his carnival and you are wondering where all that traffic was coming from? Volunteer to host a carnival and find out.
If you have questions, contact me at email@example.com and I’ll answer as best I can.
2 thoughts on “Biblical Studies Carnival 204 for February 2023”
Thanks for your website. The news about Brian Small – and your inclusion of websites in your postings and your book reviews are but a glimpse into your commitment to teach and enable continual learning.
Am working through ‘The Book of Enoch for Beginners: A Guide to Expand Your Understanding of the Biblical World’. Trust you will not allow yourself to succumb to the arduous task the author of Ecclesiastes 12:12 identified: “… Of making many books there is no end, and much study is a weariness of the flesh.”
Thank you for the kind words, glad to know someone enjoys what I post here.
I also appreciate you reading 1 Enoch for Beginners. It was a fun book to wrote (although a little weariness towards the end). Please let me know what you think when you are finished, and if you can post a review on Amazon, I would appreciate it.