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Jesus the Bridegroom Now 40% off at Wipf & Stock

Now through December 31, Wipf & Stock is offering 40% off any purchase through their website, using the discount code BYE2016. The best use of this discount is to buy my book, Jesus the Bridegroom (Pickwick, 2015). Marianne Blickenstaff of Union...
by Reading Acts on Dec 16, 2016

Biblical Studies Carnival 129 – November 2016

Jim West is the host of the 129th Biblical Studies Carnival for November 2016. His carnival is all about the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature. Jim seems to have had a good time at SBL, at least he took a lot of pictures. Brian Sm...
by Reading Acts on Dec 1, 2016

Biblical Studies Carnival July 2016

Summer is always slow time for Biblioblogs. Since this was the hottest July ever in the history of the universe, so bloggers have crawled back under their rocks…or are excavating, like Andrew King (@aking443) or outside playing Pokemon Go. Se...
by Reading Acts on Aug 1, 2016

Biblical Studies Carnival July 2016

Summer is always slow time for Biblioblogs. Since this was the hottest July ever in the history of the universe, so bloggers have crawled back under their rocks…or are excavating, like Andrew King (@aking443) or outside playing Pokemon Go. Se...
by Reading Acts on Aug 1, 2016

Biblical Studies Carnival – May 2016

Brian Renshaw posted an Alice Cooper themed Biblical Studies Carnival for May. And he is right, school is out for the summer and most academic head off to Caribbean beaches or their summer homes in the south of France. Brian did an excellent job cu...
by Reading Acts on Jun 1, 2016

Last Call for Biblical Studies Carnival Links for May 2016

The May Biblioblog Carnival will be hosted by Brian Renshaw. Brian hosted the carnival back in January 2014 on his old blog New Testament Exegesis. He is nearly finished selecting his links, but if you have something you think is carnival worthy, s...
by Reading Acts on May 28, 2016

Last Call for Biblical Studies Carnival Links for May 2016

The May Biblioblog Carnival will be hosted by Brian Renshaw. Brian hosted the carnival back in January 2014 on his old blog New Testament Exegesis. He is nearly finished selecting his links, but if you have something you think is carnival worthy, s...
by Reading Acts on May 28, 2016

Biblical Studies Carnival CXIII – April 2016

Jeff Carter (@thatjeffcarter) posted a fine Carnival on May 1 (I was out celebrating May Day). He claims to have used the “more-is-more, throw the spaghetti against the wall and see what sticks kind of approach, ” otherwise know as the K...
by Reading Acts on May 2, 2016

Biblical Studies Carnival CXIII – April 2016

Jeff Carter (@thatjeffcarter) posted a fine Carnival on May 1 (I was out celebrating May Day). He claims to have used the “more-is-more, throw the spaghetti against the wall and see what sticks kind of approach, ” otherwise know as the K...
by Reading Acts on May 2, 2016

One Million Hits on Reading Acts!

Reading Acts launched in September 2008, and after three years hit about 50,000 views. As of today, the blog had its one millionth hit! Although the majority of these are undoubtedly spambots from eastern Europe hoping to steal my identity or sell m...
by Reading Acts on Apr 15, 2016

One Million Hits on Reading Acts!

Reading Acts launched in September 2008, and after three years hit about 50,000 views. As of today, the blog had its one millionth hit! Although the majority of these are undoubtedly spambots from eastern Europe hoping to steal my identity or sell m...
by Reading Acts on Apr 15, 2016

Biblical Studies Carnival CXII – March 2016

No fooling, N. T. Wrong has risen from the dead to host the March 2016 Biblical Studies Carnival CXII. For those who are new to the BiblioBlog world, N. T. Wrong disappeared after hosting the Biblical Studies Carnival XXXVII in February 2009. His c...
by Reading Acts on Apr 1, 2016

Biblical Studies Carnival CXII – March 2016

No fooling, N. T. Wrong has risen from the dead to host the March 2016 Biblical Studies Carnival CXII. For those who are new to the BiblioBlog world, N. T. Wrong disappeared after hosting the Biblical Studies Carnival XXXVII in February 2009. His c...
by Reading Acts on Apr 1, 2016

Biblical Studies Carnival – February 2016

Jacob Prahlow posted the Biblical Studies Carnival for February 2016 at Perusing Veritas. Jacob did a great job collecting many of the best and brightest posts made in the month of February. Take a break from obsessing over Super Tuesday and head o...
by Reading Acts on Mar 1, 2016

Biblical Studies Carnival – January 2016

Tim Bulkeley posted the heavily footnoted Biblical Studies Carnival at SansBlogue. He used some new and interesting categories to cover the best and brightest biblical and theological studies blog posts in the first month of 2016. Tim has a nice rou...
by Reading Acts on Feb 1, 2016

Biblical Studies Carnival – December 2015

Jennider Guo’s December 2015 Biblical Studies Carnival has arrived in time for the new year. Jenifer has done a remarkable job collecting the best of the BiblioBlogs the last month of the year, so head on over and click all the links, the d...
by Reading Acts on Jan 2, 2016

Top Biblical Studies Book Reviews of 2015 on Reading Acts

I reviewed 47 book reviews this year on Reading Acts. I always appreciate the publishers who send me review copies. I do read these books and write the same sort of review I would write for a Journal. I usually exceed 1000 words for a review, and in...
by Reading Acts on Dec 30, 2015

Last Call for Biblical Studies Carnival Links for December 2015

The last Biblioblog Carnival of 2015 will be hosted by Jennifer Guo (@jenniferguo). Jennifer told me she was working hard on the Carnival, but if you send her a link or two she might be able to use them. What have you read this month that was chal...
by Reading Acts on Dec 29, 2015

Last Call for Biblical Studies Carnival Links for November 2015

by Reading Acts on Nov 28, 2015

The Setting of the Sermon on the Mount – Book Giveaway Winner

Today is the day I pick a winner for a copy of The Setting of the Sermon on the Mount by W. D. Davis. The context opened a week ago, and 27 people signed up (there were more comments, but I allowed only one entry per person). I took each of your...
by Reading Acts on Sep 15, 2015


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