Join the discussion, listen in to the conversations, ask questions, or search the archives. A wealth of information is available here! Choose from the list of academic discussions or preaching discussions.
To join PRCL-L ("Preaching the Revised Common Lectionary"), send the command "SUBSCRIBE PRCL-L Your Name" [no quotations marks - substitute your own name for "Your Name"] to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.LOUISVILLE.EDU . (My personal favorite.)
The Desperate Preacher's Site hosts web-based discussion, conveniently divided into weekly discussion topics.
RevGalBlogPals is a group of women bloggers who discuss the lectionary texts beginning Tuesday of each week.
Subscribe to Propertalk (emphasis on Episcopal RCL) by sending a blank email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Information about Sermonshop, a forum conveniently divided into weekly discussions can be found at Ecunet. (sponsored by Presbyterian Church USA)
The B-Greek Homepage includes searchable archives, and instructions for joining this moderated online discussion of Biblical Greek. You'll find an interesting combination of accomplished scholars and beginners here, discussing both academic and theological issues involving Biblical Greek. Try searching the archives for Greek words (transliteration scheme is on the homepage) or for particular verses, books, or topics.
B-Hebrew is dedicated to the scholarly study of the Hebrew Old Testament. Send a SUBSCRIBE B-HEBREW command to email@example.com
Corpus Paulinum - a moderated list dedicated to the scholarly discussion the Pauline corpus and critical questions surrounding the life, influence, teaching, theology and writings of the Apostle Paul. Subscription information, archives, and web resources are found on the list's home page.
The G-Thomas list is " dedicated to the scholarly discussion of the Gospel of Thomas and provides an online forum for those working or interested in New Testament, History, or Religious Studies." Public archives can be found at their home page.
The Ioudaios-L list discusses Judaism in the Greco-Roman period from an academic "religious studies" perspective. You can follow along with their current discussions, or take a look at their (unfortunately not-searchable) archives.
The Gospel of John list, also moderated by Felix Just, is an open forum for the discussion of religious and spiritual applications of John's Gospel.
Kata Markon is a moderated, academic e-list dedicated to scholarly discussion and evaluation of critical questions surrounding the Gospel according to Mark.
The folks at Liturgy-L focus their discussions on the academic study of historical and contemporary liturgy. This group is ecumenical and international.