Sunday, 26 February 2006

Essential culture for theologians

Over the past weeks I have thoroughly enjoyed this series of “essential culture for theologians.” The posts in this series have covered everything from films to philosophy, from paintings to poets, from architecture to rock-and-roll. I think the best aspect of the series was the participation of so many different people: guest-contributors included Kim Fabricius, Joanna C., Joe Cathey, Stephen Cox, Tim Hormon, Chris Tessone, Jim West, and Tyler Williams.

Thanks to all of you who contributed and commented throughout the series—here is a full list of the 14 posts (please remind me if I have forgotten any of them!):

5 Comments:

TSHusker said...

Once again, you're right on! Great list of resources! I look forward to digging deeper, and making a few lists of my own from what you've provided. Thanks!

Blessings,
Tom ( http://tshusker.blogspot.com/ )

TSHusker said...

In fact, I've posted a link on my blog, Doctrine Matters, over to yours and this awesome list.

Tom

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Thanks for the recommendations. I managed to guess what some of them would be.

PJC said...

I think I'll work on an essential tv for theologians. I guess everyone has to use the gifts they're given, right?

Me -- well, the Wonder Years, Joan of Arcadia and Seinfeld have to be worth something!

Ondrej from Good Books to Read said...

I wish I knew about this list when I was trying to educate myself about religion from the position of a total Atheist...

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