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    Friday, November 02, 2007

    Biblical Studies Carnival XXIII

    Photo by Tim Parkinson, used under a Creative Commons Licence

    John Hobbins of has posted the 23rd Biblical Studies Carnival over at his Ancient Hebrew Poetry site. It's caused a bit of a stir by being fairly opinionated (in the very best sense of the word). It's nice to have something where the editor makes known his point of view. Mind you, I can say that as, thankfully, this blog wasn't one of those that came in for criticism!

    He's also added a related post - Biblical Studies Carnival XXIII: What I Left out the First Time - which highlights some of the articles that have been posted on blogs not working from within a Christian framework. It's a great idea, and it will be interesting to see if anyone follows it up.

    James M. Darlack is the man with a hard act to follow. For more details about these Carnivals, visit the Biblical Studies Carnival Homepage.



    • At 2:56 pm, November 02, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said…

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    • At 8:50 am, November 09, 2007, Blogger Matt Page said…


      Thanks for the link. It's not entirely clear how to do that however. If you want a brief description, then the one in my header is probably as good as anything I've come up with since.



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