One Week To Carnaval

And you thought it was yesterday. Well, I’m talking about the March Biblical Studies Blog Carnival. While a few of you have nominated posts, I’m still looking for more. Considering my own interests and discounting all the early Mark papyrus talk, without reader’s help the Carnival will surely weak when it comes to the study of the Christian New Testament. Email me or leave a comment if you see or have written something abnormally interesting.
I’m not sure what do about the alleged early papyrus whose text is from Mark. Without really looking, I’ve collected links to 28 separate posts on 21 different blogs so far. I’m sure I’ve missed at least that many. Just think what this would be like if the thing was actually published with all the proper scholarly apparatus and analysis.

2 thoughts on “One Week To Carnaval”

  1. Here I build on some work by Aletheia, arguing that the hall of Tyrannus, Alexander, and Crispus-Sosthenes were all known to the intended audience of Acts. Luke-Acts was therefore probably written for believers in Ephesus.

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