Happy weekend, dear readers. As I attempt to get back into the swing of posting more regularly, I’m going to revisit the practice of sharing some recommended online readings. Below are this week’s selections, though I hasten to note that they were not all published this week (or even this year). They are, however, articles that I’ve found interesting, informative, and intellectually stimulating; I hope you find them to suit you similarly. Enjoy! Continue reading
Welcome to the October 2018 Biblical Studies Carnival—and Happy All Saints’ Day!
I’m honored to be hosting this honorable event on this sacred day of remembering all those who have gone before in faith. Before we get on with the business of remembering all the best Biblical Studies articles from this past month, first the business of future carnivals.
- Bob McDonald will be hosting the November 2018 carnival (due December 1, 2018).
- Christopher Scott will be hosting the December 2018 carnival (due January 1, 2019).
As carnival Godfather Phil Long has made clear in recent months, we need additional volunteers for future carnivals—especially for January 2019 and forward. If you’re interested in hosting, contact the good doctor (email, @plong42) and let him know your availability. And speaking of Phil, I want to thank him for continuing to curate these carnivals.
Now, on to the main attractions, which have been categorized in the following groups: Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, New Testament, Early Christianity, Reading Phil Long, Theology and Hermeneutics, Book Reviews, and News. Happy reading! Continue reading
If you read one article this week, engage Leadership and Suicide: When Ending It Seems Like the Only Way Out by Carey Nieuwhof
For those of you with additional reading time this fine September (!) day, check out the following selections gathered from around the blogging world. Happy reading! Continue reading
If you read one article this week, engage The Great Commission Starts in Your Backyard by Noel Green Estes.
For those of you with additional reading time weekend, check out the following selections, gathered from around the interwebs. Happy reading! Continue reading
If you read one article this week, engage Letter to an Aspiring Theologian by Kevin Vanhoozer.
For those of you with additional reading time this weekend, check out the following suggestions, gathered from around the interwebs. Happy reading! Continue reading
If you read one article, reflect over The Amish Understand a Life-Changing Truth about Technology by Michael Coren.
For those of you with additional reading time this weekend, check out the following suggestions, gathered (as always) from around the interwebs. Think I missed sharing something important? Let me know in a comment below. Happy reading! Continue reading