Biblical Studies Carnival XX

The new Biblical Studies Carnival, Number XX, can be found here.

Claude Mariottini, Professor of Old Testament, kept with the tradition of providing many fine summaries and links to blog entries related to biblical studies. Included are posts about the recent affirmation of Pope Benedict XVI on the illegitimacy of non-Catholic Churches, the discovery of the Nebo-Sarsekim Tablet, a discussion of oral transmission of tradition in the early church, and my entry on Origen and Josephus.

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