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Over at Exploring our Matrix
, James McGrath has posted the 41st Biblical Studies Carnival. As is often the case, it highlighted to me a number of the interesting biblioblog posts that I had missed, but I particularly enjoyed the way it was written, and the play on the 'carnival' metaphor. The sideshow idea, where James lists posts that were submitted but could not really be classified as biblical studies, is inspired, although it's good to know a large enough number of posts are nominated these days to make this necessary. Thanks also to James for the three links to this blog. I'm not sure that has happened before.
April list of Top 50 Bibliobloggers
has also been posted (and I'm up to number 32). Thanks to the anonymous compiler(s) of that site for all their work.
Next month's Biblical Studies Carnival will be parading through the streets of Jim Getz's Ketuvium
. For more information on these carnivals
, including where to submit pieces visit the Biblical Studies Carnival Homepage
Labels: Biblical Studies Carnivals