October 2018 Biblical Studies Carnival

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 theContinue reading “October 2018 Biblical Studies Carnival”

Women in the Apostolic Fathers: Bibliography

This post is the final in our series on Women in the Apostolic Fathers. For a complete copy of this paper, please email me at prahlowjj [at] slu.edu. Ancient Sources Acts of Thecla. Edited and translated by Jeremy W. Barrier. The Acts of Paul and Thecla: A Critical Introduction and Commentary. WUNT 2, 270. Tübingen:Continue reading “Women in the Apostolic Fathers: Bibliography”

February 2016 Biblical Studies Carnival

Welcome to the February 2016 Biblical Studies Carnival! Assembled below are the very best articles written this past month from around the Biblioblogging world.  I know this because I spent the extra day of February tracking down and reading a plethora of fascinating offerings. This month’s carnival includes submissions from the categories of Hebrew Bible/OldContinue reading “February 2016 Biblical Studies Carnival”

MHT: Select Bibliography

Below is a select bibliography for the series I’ve been running for the past month on Method and Historical Theology. Any additional readings and resources that you have found useful would be appreciated. Select Bibliography Acton, John. “Inaugural Lecture on the Study of History.” In Essays on Freedom and Power. Edited by Gertrude Himmelfarb. NewContinue reading “MHT: Select Bibliography”

The Marcion Problem: Select Bibliography

Over the past several months, I have been running a series entitled “The Marcion Problem,” where I have been examining Marcion of Sinope’s influence on the development of the New Testament canon. In light of yesterday’s final post in this particular series, I felt it worthwhile to post my select bibliography from this project. AsContinue reading “The Marcion Problem: Select Bibliography”

New Testament/Early Christianity Timeline

One of my academic projects includes working toward a historical G.U.T. (Grand Unified Theory) of the early history of Christianity. This type of project is by no means a new endeavor, though this doesn’t stop me from pouring over timelines and historical reconstructions to appropriate information for my own work. As a starting point forContinue reading “New Testament/Early Christianity Timeline”

March Biblical Studies Carnival

Welcome to the March 2015 Biblical Studies Carnival! In honor of March’s patron saint (Patrick) and in lieu of what would have been a terrible attempt at an April Fool’s Day joke, start off your morning by (re)visiting the classic “St. Patrick’s Bad Analogies of the Trinity.” Before delving into this month’s suggested articles, IContinue reading “March Biblical Studies Carnival”

Book Review: Maxwell Leadership Bible (Thomas Nelson)

In case you haven’t visited a bookstore of any kind lately or don’t just browse around Amazon for the fun of it (hey, grad students can dream, right?), let me offer you a tidbit of information: there are a LOT of Bibles available today—literally, tons of Bibles. There are different translations, various styles, made forContinue reading “Book Review: Maxwell Leadership Bible (Thomas Nelson)”

Book Review: NIV College Devotional Bible (Zondervan)

College students are busy, with class, homework, living on their own, a social life, and (often) work vying for their time. Amidst this busyness, it’s relatively easy to neglect the more important things in life, like reading your Bible. To help address this problem, Zondervan has released the New International Version College Devotional Bible. TheContinue reading “Book Review: NIV College Devotional Bible (Zondervan)”

In the Mail: September 16

Yesterday in the mail I received the Catholic Bible Dictionary (edited by Scott Hahn), courtesy of Random House and Blogging for Books. While I’m not Roman Catholic (for more on that, check out our Church Search), I have long appreciated the work of Scott Hahn and I’m eager to see what this dictionary has toContinue reading “In the Mail: September 16”