Meanwhile, back at the ranch…


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

…or, The Past Fortnight in the Theoblogosphere.

*chuckles*

More like “The Past Five Months in the Theoblogosphere.”

What happened? I couldn’t even tell you at this point. My intrepid associate editor, Scott Jackson, and I simply ran out of steam. Or hit a brick wall of other work. Or whatever mental picture you prefer. At this point I’m trying to come to grips with the reality that it’s unlikely we’ll be able to mount a regular posting schedule again, perhaps ever. Time will tell.

So DET is not over, but it has become and will continue to be more of an ad hoc thing.

That said, I still have a bunch of links to share. But before the links I want to highlight one of the highlights of my activities on the interwebs during the aforementioned five months – namely, Juan Torres’s interview of David Congdon and me. I commend it to you, if you haven’t seen it yet, as an excellent place to begin if you want to get a peek behind the McMakenian and Congdonian curtains, or you want to get a feel for what Dialectical Theology is all about. Here you go:


And now, on to the links!

Here’s what happened at DET since the last link post:


Here are some good reads from elsewhere around the interwebs:


Well, folks, there you have it. These links should keep you busy for a while, but it barely made a dent in the pile of links that I’ve accumulated to share with you. So expect another link post in the not-too-distant future.

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Daniel said…
I'll be happy for whatever you get around to writing. No good trying to force things.

For a bit of feedback, I am impressed by that reading lost full of interesting links. I for one would not begrudge short occasional posts just like that for a less effortful content option.
Thanks, Daniel. Sometimes I wonder if folks like the link lists. Glad to hear you do!

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