…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.
Ok, so it’s been nearly a month since the last link post. I’ve been busy with a new semester, and am enjoying introducing my students to “Religious Upheaval in 16th Century Europe.” This past week was on Erasmus, who I think deserves more attention these days. But that’s another story . . .
There have been a lot of interesting and thought-provoking posts here at DET in the past month. Here’s the list in case you missed any:
- Theology is Women's Work
- Jan Hus the Eastern Christian: Greek Missionaries and Common Language
- Why I Am not an Angry, Post-Conservative, Post-Evangelical (But I don't Judge You if You Are)
- Early Years in Wittenberg – Hendrix on Luther
- On Remembering Wolfhart Pannenberg & the Future of his Theology
- Reading Scripture with John Calvin: Malachi 1.14–2.5
- Covenant vs. Cultural Religion - Paul M. van Buren’s “Austin Dogmatics”
- Eichmann the Kantian?
And here’s some of what’s been going on elsewhere in the blogosphere: