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September 2015 Biblical Studies Carnival

Welcome to the September Biblical Studies Carnival! To be honest, with the recent tensions between Missy and the Doctor, it seems that such a blog post is trivial. 1,018 more words

General Musings

On the Acts of the Apostles and History

For those of us in the New Testament discipline of “Christian Origins” or “Early Christianities,” the Acts of the Apostles has all the appearances of being a vital, defining book. 3,207 more words


Is Biblioblogdom Dead?

I have not posted on this blog in almost seven months. There are numerous reasons for this, but one really sticks out for me. The more I wanted to be a “biblioblog,” the more I realized that what I was doing was not similar at all to the biblioblogs out there. 354 more words


The Carnival is Coming to Town!

It’s been a while since Cataclysmic last hosted the Biblical Studies Carnival, but the wait is now over: we are in the on-deck circle and will soon be offering the… 93 more words

MS - Archive

Biblioblog Carnival—October 2013...

My friend Brian Davidson, a PhD student in Old Testament language and literature, has provided the impressive Biblioblog Carnival for October 2013—including a helpful section for those attending the upcoming SBL/AAR meetings in Baltimore. 32 more words

Reflections: From The Study

My Experiment in Orality, Memory, and Performance with the Gospel of Mark

Anyone who has kept up with my blog over the last couple of weeks (ie: about 5 of you) is aware that, lately, I’ve been studying the Oral tradition of the early Jesus movement. 445 more words

two are better than one (especially if that one is better than you)

Well, I’ve got some exciting news for you readers of Old School Script.

As I’ve dove into the waters of biblioblogging I didn’t realize there was such a “serious” community out there. 235 more words

Be Encouraged