Meanwhile, back at the ranch…
…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.
It’s time for another set of links from around the theoblogosphere for you, gentle readers, to peruse over your weekend or – perhaps – to tuck away somewhere for a furtive glance during the week. How and when you read is no concern of mine. But if you do read, consider reading the following.
DET has been fairly busy since the last link post, so here are links in case you need to catch up:
- God’s Phallus: A guest post by Collin Cornell
- My most recent publication: Helmut Gollwitzer & Marxism
- Bultmann on Jesus, Paul, and Existential Christology
- New Center for Barth Studies Book Review
- A bit of Gollwitzer on May Day
Alright, now that you’re all caught up on DET happenings, here are some posts that you’ll want to check out from across the theoblogosphere.
- Christ’s Mandate for Social Justice
- Thoughts on SST 2013
- Pope Francis and the American Sisters
- Letter to a Chinese student, baptised on Easter Sunday
- Is Hebrew Magical? Evangelicals and the Fascination with Judaism
- Enter an Unexpected Conversation Partner (Part 1/3)
- Progressive Evangelicals, or ‘Talking Snakes…Really?’ (Part 2/3)
- Conservative Evangelicals: a debate with Mr. T (Part 3/3) - This three-part series (other links given above) is well worth your time.
- How (and Whether) to Review a Book (Nonfiction)
- On Book Reviewing: Judging Properly
- And Now, the Other Kinds of Book Reviews
- Why You Should Review–and Shouldn’t - I’ve been meaning to write a post about writing book reviews, but with this series (see preceding links above) out there from an established scholar (John Stackhouse), I’ll have to wait a bit and find an angle…
- §1.5: Karl Barth and the Boston Marathon Bombing
- Audio/Video posted for the 2013 Wheaton Theology Conference
- Robinson Crusoe Needs Bifocals
- Satan according to Bono and Mick Jagger - This is one of my favorite blog posts in a long time, although I’m not quite sure that the emphasis in the U2 song is on Satan, which then bleeds into Judas, or on Judas as one overcome by Satan. But definitely read this.
- Sermon for Easter, After Bombings
- What world did God love?
- Paul’s Divine Christology (Review)
- Pope Francis, women and 'chauvinism with skirts'
- The moral contours of our new Gilded Age
- Review of Ellen T. Charry. God and the Art of Happiness - This book was previously featured here at DET
- Paul the Zealot? - This is a fascinating question.
- Pledging allegiance
- The Novum
- A New Era for WIT! - It looks like one of the most interesting theoblogs out there is getting even better. DET contributor, Brandy Daniels is part of the new lineup!
- Karl Barth’s 3 Aphorisms on Doubt
- Professor John Webster Appointed to Chair in St Mary's College - Big news!
- The Frankfurt school, part 5: Walter Benjamin, fascism and the future
- The Frankfurt school, part six: Ernst Bloch and the Principle of Hope - I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: if you haven’t subscribed to read Peter Thompson, you should.