Welcome to the June 1 2012 Biblioblog Carnival; this is my Future Self ‘n’ Me blogging from the future.
“I going down to the Biblioblogs, Gonna have myself a time. Friendly faces everywhere, Humble folks without temptation.”
And so, without further ado!:
JEWBILEE, OR OLD TESTAMENT/FIRST TESTAMENT/HEBREW BIBLE
Chris Heard back posting at Haggaion, posting of links to his teaching slides on Hebrew prepositions, complete with quizzes.
Brian LePort on the-historicity-of-Adam-series for the month of May.
Brian LePort’s series on John H. Walton and Genesis.
“SUPER BEST FRIENDS, or otherwise known as New Testament Studies”
James Bradford Pate blogged through Ben Witherington III’s The Christology of Jesus.
“The China Probrem”, Or Archaeology
James McGrath ponders what the Khirbet Qeiyafa Model Shrines have to do with Ancient Near Eastern culture and the Bible.
“More Crap,” I mean Uh, Theology and Ethics
“A Ladder To Heaven,” Or Was that the Patristics?
“Gingerkids,” or Bibliobloggers Writing on Culture
What came to be an unnoticed but prominent topic around the Biblioblogs was the religion of Islam; here are a few samples. My apologies in advance, no pictures of the Prophet are allowed here:
“Awesome-O 5000” Or Technology and Other Random News
Timothy Gombis and
Mark Stevens “Now Have 0 Friends” since they don’t want seminarians and biblical studies students on Facebook during class!
And what in the world? Is Logos Bible Software really teaming up with Knox Seminary to charge women more for the program? These guys are more like Chef, believing that every women is a Succubus!
Lastly, on a more serious note: