Biblical Studies Carnival XI is Available

Michael Phal, of the stuff of earth, has posted the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. The Carnival is a run down of the latest and greatest blog entries on matters related to biblical studies. It is hosted by a different blog every month. This month Michael has continued the tradition of gathering together interesting blog posts in an organized manner with good descriptions of the contents. I was pleased to see that my submission for the month, What Can an Ancient Erotic Romance Tell us About the Acts of the Apostles?, made the cut.

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