Here… • I found some more evidence of the Pietist impact on American religious history. • Indexing the Bible verses cited in our new book made me wonder again about the place of the Old Testament in Christian theology. • One particular Hebrew scripture has been especially formative for Christians living in exile, from 16th … More That Was The Week That Was
Our last Saturday links post for a while, as I’ll be leaving for a three-week trip in Europe on Monday… Here… Aside from a review of 2014, it was all Pietism all the time, as we got closer and closer to the official publication date for our book from IVP Academic: Excited to receive this by … More That Was The Week That Was
November 22, the day that marked the passing of that strange threesome of JFK, C.S. Lewis, and Aldous Huxley, is now itself history. Here at Grace College, we marked the occasion with a symphonic concert of 1960s pop music (strange as that may sound) as well as a more academic event for which well-known C.S. … More Would Eighteenth Century Pietists Have Embraced C.S. Lewis?
Only two posts ago in this series, I said that I owned only two 1980s albums that were popular: Bruce Springsteen’s Born in the U.S.A. and Tom Petty’s solo album, Full Moon Fever. Oh, and one of the 25+ million copies of The Joshua Tree that have been sold worldwide. U2, The Joshua Tree How’d … More Albums A to Z: The Joshua Tree