Meanwhile, back at the ranch…


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

…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.

It has been just over a month since our last link post, which is pretty good considering that DET is on summer hiatus. But as I explained before, my collection of links continues to grow even while on hiatus, and the pile needs to be reduced from time to time. Besides, I've got some big news to share!

Drum-roll please! (*imagine hearing a drum-roll*)

My long-awaited book on Helmut Gollwitzer is available to pre-order!!! That's right: I've been teasing you, gentle and patient readers, with this book for years now, posting snippets and tidbits from Gollwitzer from time to time (click here for DET posts on Gollwitzer). And now the moment is finally here when you can reserve your copy of the book today! Click the picture below if you want to read the table of contents and endorsements.


Speaking of Gollwitzer, Sojourners published a piece that I wrote on Gollwitzer, Donald Trump, Robert Jeffress, North Korea, and nuclear war (quite the list, I know). I wrote it on Tuesday and it went up on Wednesday, which was a new but good experience for me. Here's the link: Christianity and Nuclear War: Helmut Gollwitzer’s Response to Donald Trump and Robert Jeffress.

Also, we brought sexy back for DET’s 11’th birthday! You won’t want to miss out on that if you haven’t seen it yet. If you have, go look again!

Finally, David Congdon was featured in a story from the Chronicle of Higher Education as the result of a viral tweet he posted: Yes, Your Manuscript Was Due 30 Years Ago. No, the University Press Still Wants It.

Anyway, on to the links!


Happy reading!

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