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Biblical Studies Carnival LI

Brooke Lester has a bipartite Biblical Studies Carnival LI available at Anumma. In consideration of February 3 as Blogroll Amnesty Day, Lester particularly highlights the smaller fry in the biblioblogging community.

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2 thoughts on “Biblical Studies Carnival LI

  1. Thanks, David. Happy reading!

    Posted by anummabrooke | March 1, 2010, 8:57 am
    • Indeed. Thank you, again. In particular, thank you for collating so many of the strands of the mythicism discussion. That has been very interesting and voluminous discussion to follow over the past month, and I suspect it will continue to be so in the coming weeks as well.

      Posted by David Stark | March 1, 2010, 9:27 am

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