Theology Around the Blogosphere — June Edition

Chatting with Theologians:
Sarah Coakley’s Gifford Lectures have been posted online.
Interview with N.T. Wright. Miroslav Volf’s Kuyper Lecture at Gordon College — “A Public Faith: A Christian Alternative to Secular and Religious Political Exclusivism”.

Soteriology and Sanctification:
Tim Challies’ 12 Propositions on Sanctification from J.C. Ryle. Tim also outlines what sanctification is and is not (from a reformed perspective). Allan Bevere takes another look at the Wesleyan Quadrilateral. Travis McMaken on Dan Migliore and Soteriology. Why Christus Victor is not Enough.

#mutuality 2012:

Julie Clawson’s series on Christian Feminism. Calling women to attend this year’s ETS Conference: Mike Bird, Leslie Keeney and me. The Trinity and Gender by David Congdon.

Trinity:
In honour of Trinity Sunday, a reflection on the procession of the Trinity. Is The Eternal Generation of the Son biblical?

Reviews:
Wes Vander Lugt reviews “Mapping Modern Theology: A Thematic and Historical Introduction” by Kelly Kapic and Bruce McCormack. Rod interacts with Larry Hurtado’s “Lord Jesus Christ.” Nick Norelli reviews Kevin Giles’ The Eternal Generation of the Son: Maintaining Orthodoxy in Trinitarian Theology. Jordan Barrett reviews Barth’s “The Word of God and Theology”. Gavin Ortlund interacts with Goldsworthy’s “Christ-Centered Biblical Theology”.

Review of Kenneth Oakes, Reading Karl Barth: A Companion to Karl Barth’s Epistle to the Romans.
Review of Kenton Sparks’ Sacred Word, Broken Word: Biblical Authority and the Dark Side of Scripture.

Book announcement: Wipf and Stock has just released Evangelical Calvinism.

Barth, Barth and More Barth
Dr. Guretzki provided some great commentary on the Barth conference news at Princeton – one, two, three, four. Daniel Kirk continues working through the Church Dogmatics. Travis McMaken on the difference between Rational and rationalistic in CD I/1. And Darren asks What if Barth was an American Theologian?

Miscellaneous:

Ken Schenck talks about Augustine’s On Christian Doctrine (and here). Speaking of Augustine, Gavin Ortlund interacts with Henry Chadwick’s book on Augustine.

Carmen takes us through some Catholic theology: one, two, three, four.

The theological origin and, hopefully, end of modernity. Let’s get our Theological Priorities Straight.. Scot McKnight on “The God within Heresy”. Roger Olson on heresy and heretics.

Darren at Out of Bounds asks Does Jesus Have Two Minds? Joel Willitts takes a look at Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Ashsish Varma on Tolkien as theologian. Julie Clawson has a worship confession. Rod writes about science fiction and Christology.