“Baudrillard and Christian Universalism: Freedom, Choice, Liberation, Martyrdom” where, making use of Jean Baudrillard and making reference to a conversation going on over at David’s (Fire and Rose) in his Paul among the Evangelicals: The Problem of Universalism in Rom. 5:12-21 series (this series of David’s is one that you definitely don’t want to miss), Dan thinks through the question of whether human freedom should be understood in terms of choice or obedience, and what sort of difference it makes.
Also, Dan has posted a nice review of Joseph Ratzinger’s / Pope Benedict 16th’s book Jesus of Nazareth, with specific reference to questions concerning the ‘historical’ Jesus.
participated in the 2007 Karl Barth Blog Conference, has a series going dedicated to Jamie K.A. Smith’s volume Introducing Radical Orthodoxy. So far there are two posts in this series, and Andy promises more. Check them out - first / second - and stay tuned for further installments.
Pauline Christology. The index to this review series may be found here.