…or, Something to keep you busy over the weekend…
…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.
It’s been nearly a month since the last link post, to be perfectly honest. A lot has happened. Here’s a quick recap:
Right on the heels of losing John Webster (index of tributes / my tribute post), the theological world suffered the loss of Elisabeth Moltmann Wendel (here’s the piece from the EKD). Does anyone know if there’s a collection of tributes to her out there?
Also, the Karl Barth Conference in Princeton happened this past week, on the topic of Barth’s pneumatology (doctrine of the Holy Spirit) and global Pentecostalism. DET brought you a guest post by J.T. Young on one of the papers, and David Guretzki posted discussions of a number of them as well. Here’s a quick index for those:
- KARL BARTH CONFERENCE 2016 – DR. MICHAEL WELKER – THE SPIRIT AND CREATION (JUNE 19 PM)
- KARL BARTH CONFERENCE 2016 – DR. NIMI WARIBOKO – “SPIRIT & ETHICS: BARBARIANS AT THE BARTHIAN GATES”
- KARL BARTH CONFERENCE 2016 – DR. JOHN FLETT – EVIL, DEMONS AND EXORCISM
- KARL BARTH CONFERENCE 2016 – FOLLOW UP AND ANNOUNCEMENT
Finally, DET’s own senior contributing author, Scott Jackson, had a guest post over at Jason Goroncy’s blog: Theology and Issues of Life and Death: A Review.
And if you’ve made it past all that, here’s what we’ve been up to at DET:
- When a Jesuit Evolutionist and a Religious Existentialist Cross Paths; (Or) Why Won't the New Humanity Emerge Already?
- “Karl Barth’s Pneumatology and the Global Pentecostal Movement” - A report on Christian T. Collins Winn's paper at the 2016 Princeton Barth Conference, by J. T. Young
- Christology in the Key of Middle C (pt. 3)
- The Sinful Incurvature of American Whiteness (Part 1) - A Guest Post by Alex DeMarco
- Gollwitzer Gold: Some recent quotes from Twitter
- Christology in the Key of Middle C (pt. 2)
- Preview of a Series on Charles Hartshorne
- Moltmann, Pannenberg, and the Future: Once More with David Congdon
- Christology in the Key of Middle C (pt. 1)
- Tributes to John Webster (Index)
And here’s some reading from around the interwebs:
Seven Lectures on the Doctrine of God