Recommended Reading: February 17

If you read one article this week, look at The Fast Before the Feast by Aphrodite Kishi.

For those of you with additional time to read, check out the following links. Happy weekend reading! Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: January 27

If you engage one thing this week, read or watch The Testimony of a Former Gymnast Who Confronts Her Abuser by Rachel Denhollander via TGC.

For those of you with additional reading time this weekend, check out the following articles. Think I missed sharing something important? Let me know in the comments section below. Happy reading! Continue reading

February 2017 Biblical Studies Carnival

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Welcome to the February 2017 Biblical Studies Carnival!

Assembled below are the very best articles written this past month from around the Biblioblogging world.  I know this firsthand because I have spent all month sifting through as many blogs as possible to find the finest that scholars and students have to offer. This month’s carnival includes submissions from the categories of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, New Testament, Early Christianity, Reading Phil Long (an homage to the Godfather of Biblical Studies Carnivals), Theology and Hermeneutics, Book Reviews, Tools and Resources, and News.

Looking forward to future Carnivals, March will be hosted by Jonathan Robinson and April by Joshua Gillies of Theologians, Inc. (@Whitefrozen). Cassandra Farrin (email) of Ethics and Early Christianity hosts in June, Reuben Rus of Ayuda Ministerial/ Resources for Ministry hosts in July, and Jason Gardner of eis doxan hosts in August.

You’ll note that this schedule lacks a host for May. If you’re interested in signing up to host in May (or any other future carnival), contact Phil Long (email, @plong42). Speaking of Phil, I want to thank him for his continued coordination of these carnivals, and for allowing younger scholars such as myself the opportunity to host. Happy reading! Continue reading