Biblical Studies Carnival for March 2022

Claude Mariottini
Emeritus Professor
of Old Testament
Northern Baptist Seminary

Ben at the Amateur Exegete has published the Biblical Studies Carnival for March 2022, Carnival #193. The Biblical Studies Carnival is a selection of the best articles, blog posts, podcasts, and YouTube episodes dealing with the Bible, both Old Testament and New Testament.

Ben acknowledges that “the month of March was a busy month in biblical studies and I’m keenly aware of the fact that I missed a ton of stuff. In fact, there’s some stuff I just didn’t include in this month’s carnival because I didn’t want to overwhelm readers.”

Ben has offered an amazing list of articles, blog posts, podcasts, and YouTube episodes for the March Carnival. You should visit Biblical Studies Carnival for March 2022 and see all the great material about the Bible that were published in March.

Claude Mariottini
Emeritus Professor of Old Testament
Northern Baptist Seminary

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