Everything you did (and didn’t) want to know about biblical studies on the web in March

Biblical Studies Carnival 28 has been compiled by Chris Weimer over at Thoughts on Antiquity. (Thanks Chris!!) This one features:

  • Which Bible?
  • Hebrew Translation issues
  • Greek Linguistic issues
  • Easter Posts
  • Pauline Studies

PLUS a few more of my own from the last couple of days:

11 recent fuller reviews at JHS including

  • Day, Linda and Carolyn Pressler, eds., Engaging the Bible in a Gendered World: An Introduction to Feminist Biblical Interpretation in Honor of Katharine Doob Sakenfeld (Louisville/London: Westminster John Knox Press, 2006). (Reviewed by Irene Nowell)
  • Heskett, Randall, Messianism Within the Scriptural Scroll of Isaiah (Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies, 456; New York/London: T & T Clark, 2007). (Reviewed by Phillip J. Long)
  • Levenson, John D. Resurrection and the Restoration of Israel: The Ultimate Victory of the God of Life (New Haven/London: Yale University Press, 2006). (Reviewed by Alan Lenzi)
  • Middlemas, Jill, The Troubles of Templeless Judah (Oxford Theological Monographs; Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press, 2005). (Reviewed by Ken Ristau)
  • Nickelsburg, George W. E., Resurrection, Immortality, and Eternal Life in Intertestamental Judaism and Early Christianity (Harvard Theological Studies, 56; Expanded Edition; Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2006). (Reviewed by Dan Clanton)

3 thoughts on “Everything you did (and didn’t) want to know about biblical studies on the web in March

  1. James says:


    Thanks for the plug! We spent the whole year looking for new and NOTworthy titles : )

    You might want to use the permanent link; the one you used will expire in about 8 hours:


  2. Ben says:

    Thanks. I’ve updated the link. I really like last year’s (or was it the year before) mammoth commentary on Obadiah 1.1. I got a lot of people with that one. “What is scholarship coming to these days?!?”

  3. Ben says:

    FYI: The link James references above is for Valentine’s day.

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