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Archive for November, 2012
I liked this one from Kierkegaard, so we used it. Much to be thankful for!
The movie is out, though I haven’t seen it (yet, I hope). But I enjoyed the book immensely and this essay catches the gist of it (some spoiler action, so watch or read first if you care about that sort of thing). The last part of the book especially carries a special postmodern punch.
Back after a week of travel, and chatting with various friends in academics around the country, it’s obvious disruption is in full force. Here’s some textbook disruption. One simple example.
It always seems like something. This last week it has been Rachel Held Evans’ new book. I’ll just provide a roundup of some of the discussions. It began with this review of her book by Kathy Keller. A number of responses on the web; here’s an assortment.
Joseph Kelly defends Held.
Morgan Guyton suggests Kathy Keller missed some things.
Joe Carter criticizes dumb hermeneutics.
Douglas Wilson criticizes in his distinctive style.
Peter Leithart makes some suggestions about voting. Worth considering on this election day.
Every pastor a translator. We call this contextualization! Just covered this in class this week.