Meanwhile, back at the ranch…

…or, Something to keep you busy over the weekend…

…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.

Well, it’s been a little over a month since the last link post. As you can imagine, I’ve got lots of goodies to share with you, both from DET and from elsewhere. However, the most important things that I have to share is a bit of news:

DET will go on its summer hiatus effective immediately and lasting through Labor Day.

Your friendly, neighborhood DET authors will be busy over the summer generating the gripping posts on theological, biblical, historical, ethical, and political topics that you’ve come to expect from us. So stay tuned for more come September.

In the meantime, I would encourage you to explore the DET archives. We’ve got over 10 years’ worth of posts in there for your enjoyment, so use the archive navigation tabs on the left side bar to poke around. Or make use of the tabs at the top of the home page: About DET; About the Authors; Book Reviews; Serials Index (my personal favorite); KBBC Index; and Recommended Reading.

And while you’re on the main page, be sure to hit Subscribe at the top so you’re sure to be notified when we start back up with new posts in September

I know you’re sorry to see us go. Parting is such sweet sorrow. But just remember that we’ll be back, and that the archives are always just a URL click away.

Now, here’s what we’ve been up to over the past month:

And here’s some interesting stuff to read from elsewhere:

See you in September!


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