Thursday, 27 October 2005

Around the traps

Ken Ristau and I recently exchanged several comments about Intelligent Design (here and then here). James Crossley describes this as a “raging” and “entertaining” discussion, while Chris Tilling celebrates Ken’s colourful language, but points out that Ken still has nothing on the language of the patristic polemicists.

Meanwhile, Peter Leithart has an excellent post on the importance of women theologians, and Thom Chittom offers some valuable reflections on the radical “interpretiveness” of Christian faith. But best of all, Michael Pahl enriches his blog with a splendid quote from Karl Barth—a quote that ought to give pause to anyone who thinks that the sum total of Barth’s theology is the old “Wholly Other” slogan.

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