Kevin on the Courting the Mystery blog publishes the abstracts for the Biblical Interpretation in Early Christianity sessions at the SBL in Rome.
Front Gate: Introductions to the Fathers
The Midway: Articles on the Fathers
Jonathon Harmon on The Sunday Page posts a paper arguing for a non-hierarchical model of St. Ignatius of Antioch.
Polycarp on The Church of Jesus Christ blog continues his Creed series with Arius' creed, the creed from the Council of Serdica. He also discusses the views of Dionysius of Rome on three hyposteseis and discusses Melito of Sardis on the subject of the deliverance of humanity by Christ. He also is starting a page on Fourth Century Christianity
Stacey on the Almost There blog examines John Calvin's claims about the non-Catholic nature of the Fathers and that they supported his view of the Eucharist.
Kevin Edgecomb on the biblicalia blog discusses the appeal of St Isaac the Syrian and his (Orthodox) audience.
Ken Silva on the Apprising Ministries blog considers Roman Catholic claims about actual church history.
Mike Aquilina on The Way of the Fathers blog announces his new book on reading the Psalms with the Fathers,
Kevin on the After Existentialism, Light blog reviews Everett Fergusson's book, Baptism in the Early Church.
Exhibition Place: Biographies of the Fathers
Nothing new this month.
The Rodeo: Patristic catenae
The Foreign Exchange Tent: Translations and Summaries
Polycarp on The Church of Jesus Christ begins a translation of the Exposition of Faith, commonly attributed to St. Athanasius, but now attributed to Marcellus of Ancyra.
The Apocryphal Aisle: Christian Apocrypha
Roger Pearse on his self-named blog discusses the Gospel of Judas, Coptic Paul and the Greek Exodus, announces the discovery of the Coptic Paul, analyses 'hip' gnosis and its connection to the ancient variety.
That's it for the month. Watch for next month's carnival.