Posts on Specific Texts
The number of really excellent posts by biblical bloggers on specific texts continues to grow by leaps and bounds. Here is a representative sample from last month. My apologies to everyone who posted on other texts, but whose posts are not listed: there is only so much one person can read and get around to writing up.
Simon Holloway summarizes a lecture by David Clines on Psalm 23 in concise and insightful fashion, with excellent observations of his own. I am often unpersuaded by Clines’ exegesis, but it is always interesting. Here’s hoping that Simon will delve further into the Psalm in a future post.
Iyov looks at Qohelet 11:1-2. Never landed on Iyov’s place before? Enjoy!
Mike Aubrey looks at Ephesians 4: 17-19. A little bit of linguistics can go a long way.
All Kinds of Abnormally Interesting Stuff
Richard H. Anderson presents Luke the Priest on his excellent blog. As usual, James McGrath was hard at work in the past month with (for example) a biblical studies perspective on the P.Z.Myers affair; a smackdown of fundamentalism; and ancient authors’ practices and procedures. Tony Siew exults in the experience of teaching. Best wishes, Tony!
New Blogs Worthy of Note
Biblia Hebraica by Douglas Magnum
Wisconsin Hebrew Go Badgers!
Blogs to Watch by Up and Coming Scholars
Ancient Mediterranean Musings by Jason von Ehrenkrook
Biblical Studies Carnival XXXIII is scheduled to appear over at Michael Halcomb’s digs. I can’t wait.