Sheffield Biblical Studies

This blog will be a mix of news, events, book reviews and anything relating to biblical studies in general. There will be a range of contributors, including students, associated with the Department of Biblical Studies at Sheffield. There may even be a bit of engagement with theology, and by that I might mean a little more than my own discussion of a certain theology in the form of Red Toryism.

In addition to the expected usual range of biblical studies topics, there will also be discussion relating to the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible (2011). Sheffield Biblical Studies will be doing several things for this anniversary and there will be more on that in due course. For further information see the links on the side bar, including the Sheffield KJV project being on Twitter.

Obviously, the views on this blog do not necessarily reflect the views of the University of Sheffield etc.

James Crossley

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13 responses to “Sheffield Biblical Studies

  1. Pingback: Sheffield Biblical Studies is now on Wordpress | The Church of Jesus Christ

  2. Good to welcome this, but please can you provide a link to an RSS feed? I can’t find one anywhere here

  3. Thanks Doug and happy to oblige but, er, how does one go about doing such a thing?

  4. Now you ask!
    Different themes have different options: but is there a widget you can add.
    Failing that, adding a link in a sidebar text widget will do:
    https://sheffieldbiblicalstudies.wordpress.com/feed/ should be all you need as a hyperlink.
    I don’t use wordpress.com, however, and there might be a lot of options. Jim West might be your goto guy here.

  5. Thanks Nick. Does that mean it has worked?

    I feel like I am at the mercy of forces beyond my control…

  6. sheffield: Generally if one doesn’t see a link to an RSS feed on a WordPress blog all they need to do is add “feed” to the end of the URL. If you’d like to include a link on the sidebar the easiest way to go about it is to go into the WordPress dashboard, select the “widgets” subheading under the “appearance” heading, and drag the “meta” widget into your right sidebar. This will show links for your dashboard, for you to login/out, and links for RSS feeds of both posts and comments.

  7. Excellent – it actually worked! Thanks Nick.

    James

  8. James: Glad to hear it. If you ever have a question about WordPress feel free to ask (nick.norelli[at]gmail.com)

  9. nick got to ya before i saw the question but he of course, as you know, is right. he’s a good kid and sometimes even useful!

  10. I second that Jim. Nick is very kind and helpful – he has helped me out on computer geeky stuff. (not that he’s a computer geek, he’s just very able)

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