Weekly Roundup

Jason Goroncy has the post for today: a nice little poem about the Sabbath. NT Scholar C.K. Barrett recently passed away. Cliff Kvidahl pays tribute. Michael Horton asks, can...
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Jason Goroncy has the post for today: a nice little poem about the Sabbath.

NT Scholar C.K. Barrett recently passed away. Cliff Kvidahl pays tribute.

Michael Horton asks, can someone be Reformed and Charismatic?

Nijay Gupta reminds us of the importance of context for exegesis with a helpful note about Bonhoeffer.

James K.A. Smith on orthodox doubt vs. “emerging” doubt.

You’ll have to jump in mid-discussion, but Peter J. Leithart defends a type of “biblicism”.

Michael Horton meditates on the (apparently?) dying Steve Jobs.

Janee Lookersee has joined up with Andrew and Glen and will provide a weekly blog about art.

David French speaks about the complexities of depravity at play in the issue of poverty.

Christianity and comics: Gene Luen Yang tells us why they go together.

Glenn Beck’s messiah complex is showing, and it’s disturbing.

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  • Andrew Faris
    28 August 2011 at 9:23 pm

    Fantastic list, and not because my blog is on it.

    That French article is fascinating, especially amid all the talk these days about living radically, and so on.

    Also, what I love about Peter Leithart as that no one seems to know whose team he is on. Sort of like Wright or Barth in that respect, which makes them always fun. This article was another great example of that: how often do you hear people make the kind of sweeping anti-biblicism claims that Leithart of all people ends up defending/semi-defending.

    Anyway, great stuff. I’m loving the blog, gents.

    Andrew Faris
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  • Matt Wilcoxen
    Matt Wilcoxen
    28 August 2011 at 11:16 pm

    Thanks, AF. Why is Leithart’s position surprising? Has he said something in the past that would make this seem odd? I am not too familiar with him as a scholar.

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