…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.
It has been a month and a half, actually, since the last link post. I’m an academic, and it was summer. Not that I wasn’t working: I was chained to my desk by what are still relatively new administrative responsibilities. But I had to have a summer somehow, and going on something of a semi-formal blog hiatus was it. DET is back up and running, however, and you can expect the usual steady stream of posts. And we even managed to pile up some good stuff while on hiatus! Be sure to check up on anything you missed while enjoying the summer.
- Stumbling along Witherspoon Street - the highlight of my time at the 2015 Barth Conference [Coates]
- The Nine Lives of DET, pt. 1 [Jackson]
- The Nine Lives of DET, pt. 2 [Jackson]
- The Nine Lives of DET, pt. 3 [Jackson]
- Karl Barth, an annihilationist? A recent Twitter "conference" [McMaken]
- On the Supposed Irrelevance of Religious Studies: The Case of Environmental Change [McMaken]
- What Am I Reading? The Collected Sermons of Dietrich Bonhoeffer [Coates]
And here is a selection of what I’ve been reading on the wider interwebs, for your perusal.
Enjoy the reading. We’ll be back soon with more of the usual high-quality DET content that you’re used to.
*wanders off looking under chairs and behind benches for said content