- On iTunes, you can hear or watch a sermon on Judas by our recently departed friend, Ray Anderson
- Travis and Darren have completed their commentary on the Barth conference
- An Adornian homage to Bob Dylan
- Two posts discussing John Howard Yoder’s unpublished paper on Bonhoeffer
- A review essay by Halden on evangelical and empire
- An mp3 debate between Milbank and Žižek
- On Yoder and apocalypticism
- Advice from William Willimon
- A reflection on Serrano’s Piss Christ
- On conservatism and Augustine
- Some new books by Mike Bird
- The latest in an ongoing series on the canon in Protestant dogmatics
- A sneak preview of John Goldingay’s forthcoming third volume
- Finally, I wandered into the wonderful Labyrinth Books here in Princeton, and was excited to see Leland de la Durantaye’s new book, Giorgio Agamben: A Critical Introduction. It looks impressively fat and austere, so I think I’ll enjoy it.
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