…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.
Ok, honestly…it’s been over a month since the last link post. What can I say? It’s been busy! AAR, Thanksgiving, giving finals, grading finals, and now we’re staring down the barrel of Christmas and New Year. I’m hard at work preparing syllabi for coming semesters and fulfilling other bureaucratic responsibilities, and I know that the other DET contributors are in similar situations.
For that reason, I’d like to announce that DET will be on hiatus until after Epiphany.
We’re going to have some good stuff for you once we resume, so mark your calendars and stay tuned! In the meantime, why not revisit some of the more recent DET posts listed below, or catch up on your reading from the wider theo-blogosphere. If all else fails, dig into the DET serials collection, or the Karl Barth Blog Conference archives. There’s more than enough kicking around to keep you busy.
We’ll see you after Christmas—all twelve days of it!
Recent DET posts:
- Two New(ish) Books Worth Looking at While in the AAR Book Exhibition Hall
- Why the Niebuhrs Still Matter (Part 3)
- Peter Martyr Vermigli on the Holy Spirit
- DET Contributor Scott Jackson to Chat with "Barth for Dummies"
- Announcing the 2015 Karl Barth Pastor’s Conference
- David Fergusson on Science and Religion
- Reading Scripture with John Calvin: Malachi 2:13–16
- My Book on Barth and Baptism is now available with Logos Bible Software
- Jesus and the Kingdom: Three Paradigms (Part 4)
Good reading from abroad: