…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.
Well, then. The last link post was three weeks ago, and quite a bit has happened since then. Before we get on to the usual fare, here are a couple random plugs.
The first one is shameless: my book is now in print, which means that you can go order a copy. For anyone who has forgotten, the book is on Karl Barth and infant baptism. If you followed any of those links, you’ll also find that the first chapter and a few other bits are available as samples on the website.
Second, and I’ve mentioned this before, you should consider throwing in a few dollars to support this very interesting research project: A Fantastic Affair”: Karl Barth in America, 1962. If you like Barth at all, you definitely want this project done sooner rather than later, and done right. This is your chance to help make that happen.
Ok, now for the usual link fest. Here’s what’s been going on here at DET. There has been a decent bit of commenting going on in some of these threads, so be sure to check that out as well:
- More on “Grace in Practice”: Schleiermacher, Barth, and Zahl on an Anthropological Starting Point for Theology
- Disliking a Hero: Assessing Brevard Childs after Seminary - A guest post by Collin Cornell
- Karl Barth on the Idolatry of God’s Wrath
- Jason Goroncy on Hell in 19th c. British Evangelicalism
- ‘Most Interesting Theologians’ Twitter Bonanza
- It's DET's Birthday!
- Paul Zahl on Law and Grace in Everyday Life
- Paul Zahl's (un)Ecclesiology
Here are some links from the wider theo-blogosphere: