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Jim West hosts the Biblioblog Carnival.

Matthew Malcom examines various approaches to interpreting the Bible.

Michael Licona addresses several “myths” about the resurrection.

Craig Keener takes a look at how Paul explained the resurrection to the Corinthians: Pt. 1; Pt 2; Pt. 3.

John Byron examines the places said to be where Jesus was buried.

Scott Lencke ponders the cross as the power and wisdom of God.

Matthew Smethurst interviews Darrell Bock about the Suffering Servant of Isaiah 53.

Michael Barber and Brant Pitre discuss the date of the Last Supper. Barber has a podcast on the crucifixion as well.

Andrew Perriman calls atonement theories “a waste of space.”

Rachel Held Evans discusses N.T. Wright, Calvinism, and Scripture. Also, she is writing a series on “the women of the Passion” beginning with the woman who anointed Jesus at Bethany.

Sam Hailes interviews N.T. Wright.

Ben Witherington III will be doing a series of videos on “women in ministry.”

You can access ASOR Journal Articles from JSTOR for free during the month of April.

Craig A. Evans lists his top five books on archaeology.

Larry Hurtado discusses what may be the earliest Christian graffiti. Also, he weighs in on the reasons for Jesus’ crucifixion.

Nick Norelli reviews Bart Ehrman’s Did Jesus Exist?

Michael Kruger is blogging now.