Friday, 13 April 2007

Political side-effects?

Over at the Boar’s Head Tavern, an extended discussion developed in response to Kim’s recent propositions on political theology. The discussion is summarised, with all the related links, at Confessing Evangelical.

There were lots of other detailed discussions of this post as well, including one at Imaginations in Unity, another at Ponderings on a Faith Journey, another (in French) at TheoHead, and another at Spaceman Spiff.

In the last few days, there have also been some very interesting engagements with Kim’s propositions on freedom: see the discussion at Pseudo-Polymath, and the critical response at Positive Liberty.

4 Comments:

Mark said...

Ben,
Thanks for noticing (and linking) my post.

Pastor Bob Cornwall said...

Ben,

Let me second that and thank you for recognizing my Ponderings! I have found Kim's propositions simply a wonderful starting point for conversation.

Dustin said...

I echo my compatriots above in thanking you for the link. I have learned more from reading your blog than any other blog reading I do. I have especially enjoyed Kim's contributions to it.

Keep sharing your insights with all of us. Even when we don't comment, we're all learning.

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