Saturday 23 December 2006

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas to all of you! Thanks for visiting Faith & Theology this year. There won’t be much posting here over the next week or so – I’ll be far too busy relaxing, reading novels, visiting the beach, eating mangoes, taking afternoon naps, and so on.

Now that F&T has switched to the New Blogger, I’m able to categorise posts. So I’ve gone back and added labels retrospectively to various older posts – for your interest, here are a few of the labels so far:

apokatastasis (2)
Balthasar (12)
Benedict XVI (12)
Bob Dylan (36)
children's theology (9)
creation (29)
Eberhard Jüngel (38)
election (11)
grace (15)
humour (19)
Jürgen Moltmann (11)
Karl Barth (91)
Kim Fabricius (41)
literature (10)
miracles (8)
Mozart (11)
pacifism (10)
prayer (17)
resurrection (26)
Robert W. Jenson (18)
Schleiermacher (17)
sermons (13)
top lists (43)
Trinity (9)
Wolfhart Pannenberg (13)


Michael Westmoreland-White, Ph.D. said...

I've switched to the New Blogger, but still don't know how to categorize posts. When you're not eating mangoes, etc. could you email me some guidance at . That way I can help people navigate my blog better, too.

byron smith said...

Hey Ben, have you had any trouble with the switch? I've been pondering doing the same myself over the 'down' season.

Guy Davies said...

I don't know about Ben, but I found the switch unproblematic. The new features like layout editing & post labelling make the New Blogger much better than the old version.

Anonymous said...

Apparently there are some good Christian folk who refuse to say "Merry" Christmas because it suggests tipsiness.

Merry Christmas, all!

Michael F. Bird said...

Ben, Oh Lord, how I miss Bowen Mango's!

Bill Williams said...

May your knowledge and experience of the riches of God’s grace, abundantly lavished on us through the gift of His Son as our Savior and King, warm your souls and brighten your days through this holiday season. Merry Christmas! -bill

Anonymous said...

Congratulations for the great Blog you have. I also wish you all the best for Xmas and New Years. yes 2007 is here already.

You have great posts, rich in interest and content.

thank you.

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