Meanwhile, back at the ranch…
…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.
I’m now installed at Lindenwood University, and am looking down the barrel of orientation week (the coming week), and the first week of classes (the week after that). My last week was spent banging out a few things that slightly resemble syllabi, as well as unpacking my books and arranging them in my office. Of course, the past two weeks have been a marathon of errands trying to get the family settled into life here. There’s plenty more to be done on that count, however, as well as with preparing for classes. It will be an interesting semester… Hopefully I’ll resume actual blogging sooner rather than later.
In the meantime, here’s another set of links to amuse and inspire you.
- “More Damn Doodlings” - Kim Fabricius just can’t help himself. Here’s a good bit: “Invite Jesus into my life? You’re joking! It was breaking and entering – trashing the place, stealing the valuables, and then squatting, unevictably. Yes, I’m a Calvinist, not an Arminian.”
- “Pastors in Peril” - More about the dangers of treating churches like businesses and pastors like employees.
- “Christological Predication: Natures Do Not Act” - Darren Sumner explicates Chalcedonian logic.
- “The Baptismal Covenant, Part 2” - Jason Ingalls continues his series on the Baptismal Covenant from the Book of Common Prayer.
- “Why We Sing” - A sermon from Melissa on Psalm 96.
- “Strange Prophets” - David Guretzki reflects on 1 Kings 13.
- “Christianity Is Not A Cultural Project” - This from Halden, reflecting on the recent mass homicide in Norway
Now some stuff from the Chronicle of Higher Education:
If all that isn't enough for you, why not checking out the DET serials? The Gollwitzer series seems especially pertinent given recent events in the UK...