…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.
It seems that I have lapsed in my editorial duties since it has been well more than a fortnight since the last link post. In fact, it has been well over a month! There is one upside to my unfortunate neglect, however: I can tell you about a bunch of great posts that we’ve had here at DET since that last index!
Now, I realize that we are just a little less than one week out from AAR, and many of you may be frantically finishing papers or making travel arrangements – all of which doesn’t leave much time for catching up on your blog reading. But, it also means that in a few days many of you will be sitting in airports and on runways. And my hope is that when you find yourselves there, you will reach for some lovely blog reading from the below lists.
Here’s what we’ve been up to at DET:
- T. F. Torrance on Karl Barth and “the temptation of orthodoxy”
- Yale, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Academic Culture, and Africa: Some Highlights from Thomas Oden’s “A Change of Heart”
- What Am I Reading? Troeltsch on "The Social Teaching of the Christian Churches"
- Reading Scripture with John Calvin: Malachi 3:4–8
- All That Glitters: Teilhard de Chardin on Money
- Once more on Calvin and Luther, this time with Christine Helmer
- Ripped from the Headlines? Barth's Bremen Sermon (pt. 3)
- In Memory of Helmut Gollwitzer on the 22nd Anniversary of his Death
- What Am I Reading? Kevin Diller on “Theology’s Epistemological Dilemma”
- Barth’s Word to the Captives: “Saved by Grace”
- No Happy Mediums: Stringfellow on the "Afterdeath"
- Reading Scripture with John Calvin: Malachi 3:9–15
- A Hard World Communion Sunday to Preach: Revelation 7:9-17
- He Who Laughs Last Misses Faith? Niebuhr on Humor
- Diller on Epistemological “Skepticism” and Defining “Modernism” and “Postmodernism”
- A Chance to Hear Me Speak: Lindenwood Faculty Colloquium on November 18, 2015
- What Am I Reading? Brian Gerrish, “Christian Faith”
- To Believe Is Human, To Doubt...That's Also Human
Here are some interesting posts from around the neighborhood: