Flotsam and jetsam (7/20)
- Zondervan is offering 50% off deal on their A Reader’s Hebrew & Greek Bible.
- Matt Flanagan discusses the epistemology of testimonies, arguing that we are justified in accepting testimony as an epistemological starting point (basic belief), but that we can’t stop there.
- Mark Stevens has started a Christian scholars smackdown series. (He actually calls it a “showdown,” but that seems to tame. How about “Christian cage match” or “Theologians in the Thunderdome”?) Anyway, it should be fun so head over there and cast your vote.
- James McGrath offers a nice set of links to recent posts about Christian conservatism.
- R. R. Reno offers an interesting response to criticisms the Catholic Church has received about its recent document on disciplining priests.
- Halden offers the conclusion to a paper he presented recently on “blogging as theological discourse.”
- And, Lindsey Lohan is back in court today. (Just kidding. I’d never actually post a link to a story like this. I’m actually very annoyed that I know she’s due back in court today.)
Posted on July 20, 2010, in Misc and tagged basic beliefs, blogging, Christian right, conservatism, Epistemology, Nicholas Wolterstorff, sex abuse scandal, testimony, theological discourse. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.