…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.
As I said in the last installment, I’m trying to catch up after months of not posting links to all these wonderful tidbits around the interwebs. So, once again I will only be posting titles with their links. Enjoy!
- A Note on the Theological (Mis-)Use of the Word “Ontological”
- Towards a Modest and Messy Manifesto for Pastors: a draft
- Bilbo–I Mean, Adam–Was a Historical Person (and Ken Ham has a poster to prove it)
- OK, brief note on this one. It is from DET contributor Kait Dugan on her other blog: Discipleship and pistis Christou
- General and Special Ethics in Barth's Church Dogmatics
- Another brief note – this is a very significant post from David Congdon, who needs no introduction to faithful DET readers: Two apocalyptic families: a modest proposal
- 3 Ways I Would Like to See Evangelical Leaders Stop Defending The Bible
- The Deeper Scandal of the Evangelical Mind: We Are Not Allowed to Use It
- Christianity in the United States is Dead, but not for the Reasons you Think
- That's Amore!
- Advice on Writing (Seminary Papers)
- Thoughts on Teaching the Doctrine of Scripture
- Blogging as a seminarian
- Review: Barth and American Evangelicalism
- Organization Matters
- Confession and Proclamation
- The great new theology e-group experiment
- Some updates on forthcoming publications
- A Review of Chris Green’s, Toward a Pentecostal Theology of the Lord’s Supper