June Biblioblogging Carnival

I am late in noting the latest Biblioblogging Carnival, a sin which is all the more egregious because there is a kind mention of this blog, stating that my call for an end to endnotes “the most relevant, inspired, and insightful post of the year.” Thank you. Thank you very much. Now let’s march people! No more endnotes!

Biblioblogging Carnival – Unsettled Edition

As promised, this is the best, the absolute best, Carnival. Ever. You may disagree, of course, but everyone, even you, has the right to be wrong.

Oh, and there is no rhyme or reason to this nonsense. I found a lot of posts and tried to pick out those who seemed to know what they were doing. I have no doubt missed the very best of the bibloblogsphere, and if I have, put the links below and I may or may not update this post with them.

If you don’t know what a real biblioblog is, see this post. Not everyone who posts on something biblical is an actual biblioblog. #justsayin, even if I have to say it 41 times.

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