John Hobbins of Ancient Hebrew Poetry has posted Biblical Studies Carnival XXXII in three parts: 1, 2 and 3
Meanwhile, over at Codex, carvival organiser Tyler Williams is wondering about the future of these carnivals particularly regarding the work required to put together a monthly carnival. He quotes the point made by this month's incumbent...
The number of really excellent posts by biblical bloggers on specific texts continues to grow by leaps and bounds. Here is a representative sample from last month. My apologies to everyone who posted on other texts, but whose posts are not listed: there is only so much one person can read and get around to writing up...and then asks "perhaps we should move to more frequent carnivals? Twice a month?" and asks for feedback. I'm sure he'd like to hear from anyone who has any ideas.
Labels: Biblical Studies Carnivals