Weekly Roundup

Kyle Strobel uses the eroticism of the Puritans to critique Mark Driscoll’s ongoing narrative about effeminate worship leaders. Elizabeth Antus analyzes compulsive eating from a Christian theological perspective. Matt Jenson...
Roundup

Kyle Strobel uses the eroticism of the Puritans to critique Mark Driscoll’s ongoing narrative about effeminate worship leaders.

Elizabeth Antus analyzes compulsive eating from a Christian theological perspective.

Matt Jenson discusses Anselm on the fitting nature of divine justice.

According to Virginia Postrel, Harvard’s new “Kindness Pledge” is deleterious to serious learning.

As a purely historical point, Denny Burk says that the Apostle Paul was a widower.

Carl Trueman says that Al Mohler’s argument for a “confessional evangelicalism” is flawed.

Larry Hurtado talks a bit about the “Structures and Pressures” of the UK PhD process. 

Musical perichoresis: Peter J. Leithart meditates on the creative insight of Jeremy Begbie’s melodious trinitarianism.

As a follow up to the Ancient Christian Commentary series, IVP is releasing The Reformation Commentary on Scripture Series.  Scot McKnight is a fan.

American Orthodox theologian David Bentley Hart on Violence and Christian History (HT: Jason Goroncy):

Share This:Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Email this to someone
Categories
Blogosphere
2 Comments on this post.

Leave a Reply

*

*

  • Carrie Allen
    29 September 2011 at 4:01 am

    Thank you for including women writers in this post. :)

    VA:F [1.9.22_1171]
    Rating: 0 (from 0 votes)
    Leave a Reply
    • Matt Wilcoxen
      Matt Wilcoxen
      29 September 2011 at 12:24 pm

      They deserve it.

      VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
      Rating: 0 (from 0 votes)
      Leave a Reply
    More Posts

    RELATED BY