Wednesday 16 November 2005

Around the traps

Peter Leithart offers two excellent posts in praise of coffee, and another one in praise of Pope Benedict XVI’s learning and scholarship. Sven Harris makes a sharp and perceptive critique of Intelligent Design, Mike Bird muses on the confusing world of evangelicalism, while Clint Humfrey and Michael Haykin ask whether the Apostle Paul might have been a “Paleo-Blogger.”

Meanwhile, Jim West discusses a grim witch hunt conducted by some Tennessee Baptists, and Chris Tilling continues to investigate criticisms of the New Perspective, this time responding to Peter Stuhlmacher. Loren Rossen posts an excellent review of Dale Allison’s Resurrecting Jesus, and James Crossley reminds us of the dark side of Kittel’s TDNT. And, mirabile dictu, Joe Cathey has sent me a book.


Dr. Joseph Ray Cathey said...


Speaking of cofee when I lived in Alaska there was a very good smooth blend . . . something brothers but I cannot remember it for the life of me. I would get a cup of it every morning when I went down to the docks.

Now when I was in Africa there was a blend that was called "Kenyan Gold." It came in kilo packages (beans only) and was as dark as motor oil when brewed. Now you want to talk about coffee!!! That stuff would make your hair stand on end for days. But . . . oh how it went down - smooth! The Africans - especially Kenyans know how to make some coffee.

Ben Myers said...

"...and was as dark as motor oil when brewed." Mmmm. Sounds like my kind of coffee.

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