…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.
Well, I guess it has been three weeks since the last installment. It has been a busy month in the theoblogosphere. My collection of links is larger than usual, so get ready for a glut of good reading. But first, what’s been happening here at DET?
- This is the most recent post and, judging by traffic and referrals, folks seem to find it interesting: Is Atheism Evil? Karl Barth on Truly Dangerous Atheism
- Karl Barth on Christianity, Religion, and Western Culture
- Karl Barth’s Reflections Christianity in America vs. in Switzerland
- Those three posts all deal with March’s Book-O-The-Month: March Book ‘O the Month
- Finally, I really like this post so I’m putting it in here again: The Significance of Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones: A Humorous Interlude
But enough about me. What about all the other great theoblogs out there?!?!? I’m glad you asked. Et voila!
- “Abrahamic Religions”: Historical Revisionism or Ecumenical Rhetoric?
- I am a Scholar; Is there Room in the Church for Me?
- The Bible Needs to Die, and We Need to Let It
- Most DET readers know that I like to highlight (relatively) new theobloggers. This link and the three preceding it all come from Krista Dalton, whose blog I recently stumbled over and quickly became hooked on. She is a Christian who loves studying Judaism and is doing doctoral work on Judaism and Christianity in late antiquity at Columbia. Be sure to subscribe to her blog and expect to see more of her links in future installments: What if God were One of Us? A Good Friday Reflection
- Official Meeting Minutes from the Last Supper
- Is Justification Just? Exploring the Link between Election, Justification, and Divine Justice in Reformed Theology
- An Aberdeen Graduate!
- Barth and God-Talk
- One advantage of the Scots Confession
- Wherefore Anselm?
- How To Fake Your Way Through Hegel
- I went to the mall, and a little girl called me a terrorist
- I have featured Collin Cornell in these posts before. It looks like I’ve got him reading Gollwitzer…: The Gigantic Might of the Powers of Annihilation
- Dorty doodlings
- Neurotic Pride and Healthy Self-Esteem!
- The Most Important Thing You Need to Know about Friedrich Schleiermacher’s Theology
- Gerhard Lohfink: Jesus of Nazareth. What He Wanted, Who he Was
- Jesus Told Me He Wants Me to Blog More
- Review: “Princeton Seminary in American Religion and Culture” (Part I)
- Review: “Princeton Seminary in American Religion and Culture” (Part II)
- Review: “Princeton Seminary in American Religion and Culture” (Part III)
- The 28th MCCM Summer Barth Session for Pastors
- More Bullying by the Southern Baptists: but this time someone crossed the line
- Barth and philosophy
- Very good, this, from Collin Cornell: God Used to be Yahweh
- Note the lowercase “c”: On being catholic
- And hopefully those that do will grow out of it: Not All Homeschoolers Think Adam Had a Pet Dinosaur, Which is Good
- Endless Knowing of the Victorian Origen
Ok, I need to stop. Going much further would result in this lovely link collection becoming entirely unmanageable. I’m sure that there is enough here for everyone to find something to read over the weekend. I have many more posts in my notes, waiting to be highlighted, so stay tuned for the next installment. Meanwhile, and speaking of the weekend, have a blessed Easter!