Biblical Studies Carnival


Lectionary Sermon Preparation Resources

My good friend and fellow scholar and clergy member Dr. Richard Wright has started a new(ish) blog with Greek and Hebrew resources following the Lectionary, Plenum creaturis. Rick has provided notes on the Hebrew (Aramaic) and Greek texts assigned for the given week based upon the Revised Common Lectionary. It is well worth looking at […]


Blogging comes of age

I will be presenting in the┬áBlogger and Online Publication session this year. It should be a fun and informative session. My presentation will be a bit more organic, or really, about the organic process of how my blog has developed over the last dozen years. The Life of a Blog from Cradle to Maturity (?) […]


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! […]


Updates: BS Carnival & Top 50

Being the end of the month (or now the beginning of the new month) we have our monthly Biblical Studies Carnival and Top 50 blogs listing. Doug Chaplin aka clayboy did an excellent job with this month’s Carnival. This month I moved back into the Top 50 biblioblogs after a brief hiatus (not posting is […]