Posted by: Dan | September 18, 2005

Suggested Further Reading

Well, I'm going to step outside of my regular writings and suggest a few blogs to those who read mine. There are some pretty serious Christian scholars blogging these days and so, for those who are interested, I'll list a few of their sites.

http://www.benwitherington.blogspot.com. Ben Witherington is a New Testament scholar of some caliber. He teaches at Asbury Theological Seminary.

http://www.forsclavigera.blogspot.com. This is the blog of James K.A. Smith a theologian with special interest in postmodernism and another movement known as radical orthodoxy. He teaches at Calvin College.

http://www.sacradoctrina.blogspot.com. Joel Garver is Christian philosopher. He teaches at La Salle University.

http://www.willimon.blogspot.com. Recently made a Bishop in the Methodist Church Will Willimon is a leading figure in pastoral issues. Prior to this he was the chaplain (and also a prof) at Duke University.

http://www.markdroberts.com. This dude is a pastor and an author with a special interest in Christian origins and contemporary cultural issues. He currently serves in a Presbyterian Church in California.

http://www.jesuscreed.org. This is the blog of Scot McKnight. Scot is a New Testament scholar with an interest in the Emerging Church (non)movement. He teaches at North Park University.

http://www.theconstructivecurmudgeon.blogspot.com. This blog belongs to Doug Groothuis who is a philosophy prof at Denver Seminary. I love his bio: “Professor of Philosophy and the author of ten books. He has been in a bad mood since 1998. Some would say longer.”

And finally:

http://www.livejournal.com/users/ericisrad. This is Eric's blog. He's a web-programmer who talks a helluva lot of theology. He constantly saves my ass when other people trash talk me on my blog and, if you read my blog, you should read his.

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