Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Most Embarrassing Book Meme

I’m joining in the current meme, at the provocation of Craig, who hasn’t ‘fessed up yet. The question is: what is the most embarrassing book on your shelf? Somebody gave me Holy Blood and the Holy Grail a few years … Continue reading

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On the Benefits of Facebook

Many of us use Facebook for fun, to keep in touch with friends and family across the world, or to distribute propaganda that reflects our political preferences. I use it for these reasons, but also because it helps me with … Continue reading

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Biblical Studies Carnival נז (November 2010)

Each month, the Biblical Studies Carnival showcases the most thought-provoking biblioblogging (biblical studies blogging) from scholars, students and keen amateurs. This is Biblical Studies Carnival 57, that is, Carnival נז from NZ. Academy, Biblioblogging and Handy Hints Conference Time November saw the … Continue reading

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