…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.
I’m happy to say that this installment of links is right on schedule! Goo reads just keep flowing in. Here’s a selection to keep you busy this weekend. And if this isn’t enough, go back and work through the last link post.
Don’t forget that there are now two DET books available for purchase in the left sidebar. One is my monograph on Karl Barth and infant baptism, and the other is the revised and expanded proceedings from the 2010 Karl Barth Blog Conference (under the title, Karl Barth in Conversation). They’re both good reads, if I do say so myself . . . If you look carefully through all the links below you’ll find that there are other people who agree with me!
As usual, I’ll start you out with recent postings here at DET so you can catch up on anything you missed. New contributor Scott Jackson has been working at a great clip lately, and he has a number of posts in this list.
- Another review of my “The Sign of the Gospel”
- Snatched from My Bookshelf
- Writing Theology in America Requires Prolegomena - Paul M. van Buren’s “Austin Dogmatics”
- Rauschenbusch and the "Kingdom of Evil" (1): Introduction
- A story about Karl Barth and the Confessing Church, or . . . When Karl Barth pulled an “Aragorn”
Here’s some links from elsewhere in the Theo-blogosphere:
See you next time!