Meanwhile, back at the ranch…

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

…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.

The last link post was actually three weeks ago, for any of you keeping score at home. Since then we’ve had an exciting #Refo500atDET series (links to individual posts below) and not much else. That series was a lot of fun to put together, though, and I hope you enjoyed it. If you have not yet enjoyed it, now’s your chance to catch up!

Those of you who are tuned in to the professional theology / biblical studies / religious studies scene know that I’m posting this quite literally on the eve of the year’s main professional event: #AARSBL17, otherwise known as the 2017 annual national concurrent conference of the American Academy of Religion and Society of Biblical Literature. So it’s pretty safe to say that there won’t be many folks reading blogs for the next few days. Also, right after that those of us in the USA have Thanksgiving, then those of us on the academic calendar have finals, then we all have Christmas… Well, you get the idea. The short version is that DET will be on hiatus until sometime early in 2018.

But have no fear. There’s plenty in the DET archives to keep you busy for much longer than that. I suggest you start at the serials index page, or pick your favorite contributing author and see if you missed any of their posts. And, of course, enjoy the below links.

Before going on hiatus, I would be remiss if I failed to point out to you, gentle readers, a few sources of good press for my new book on Helmut Gollwitzer. One of them appears in the list of DET links below, but Stephen Morrison also reviewed it on his blog, and Kenneth Kovacs worked some Golli (and me) into a sermon. It’s been great watching this book filter out!

Here’s what we’ve been up to at DET:

Here’s what’s been going on elsewhere:

See you in 2018!


Subscribe to Die Evangelischen Theologen


Popular Posts

So You Want to Read….Dietrich Bonhoeffer?

So, You Want To Read Karl Barth?

Types of Theology

Karl Barth on Hell, the Devil, Demons, and Universalism – A Florilegium

Sacrificing LGBTQ+ Well-Being and More on the Altar of an Inerrant Bible