I will be hosting the 15th Biblical Studies Carnvial here on awilum.com. I invite you to submit posts for the carnvial.

This can be one of your own posts or you can nominate a post written by someone else — don’t forget that the post needs to fit into the general category of academic biblical studies and cognate areas and needs to have been written sometime in February 2007.

You can submit/nominate posts via the submission form at BlogCarnival.com or you may email them to biblical_studies_carnival AT hotmail DOT com.

Get ready for Carnival XVI hosted by Brandon Wason at Novum Testamentum.

For more information, consult the Biblical Studies Carnival Homepage.

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Charles Halton

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  1. by Zack

    I happened across your website today and noticed you discuss Near East archaeology. Recently, we at Logos Bible Software have collection a number of volumes on Near East archaeology, with the intention of developing electronic versions of them. The Logos editions will be fully searchable and feature all references, and footnotes operating as hotspots, immediately presenting the cited information whenever the cursor rolls over them. All this and more make these esteemed volumes even more useful for study. And you can help us see this through to production! Contact me for more info.

  2. Luke 22,25 He said to them, the kings of the gentiles lord it over them and those in authority over them are addressed as bennifactors, 26, But among you it shall not be so. rather, let the greatest among you be as the youngest and the leader as the servant. This is Christs words to the apostles giving them equality among themselves, yet other scripture where Jesus says thou art Peter and on this rock I will build my church. I can see both arguments about this particular, matter where some say Peter is the head of the earthly church and others say he is not

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