This guy gets what’s up. I wish I’d come across him earlier. Here he discusses his work The Crucifixion of Ministry (IVP, 2007).
Back from when The Simpsons were at their funniest and retained a humane touch…
from “Moaning Lisa,” The Simpsons S1, E6 (1990)
A chance to be a fly on the wall as Paul Griffiths and John Milbank discuss the relative merits and demerits of genealogical and analytic modes of thought.
Two years ago this month John Wester passed away. A series of appreciations and reflections on his influence were collected by the Henry Center for Theological Understanding’s online theological periodical Sapientia. Respondents included Geoffrey Fulkerson, Joseph Mangina, Tyler Wittman, Justin Stratis, Michael Allen, R. David Nelson, Stephen Holmes, Darren Sarisky, Scott Swain, Kevin Vanhoozer, and Fred Sanders. As you can imagine, just contemplating Webster’s contributions generate rich material. For a sample, let me suggest starting with Fred Sander’s “Making Christology Safe for Christology” to get a taste of Webster’s challenge to an important stream in the contemporary theological scene, and then proceed to the others.
Back in January Jamie Smith visited Westmont College and gave this talk. You can skip to the 10:00 minute mark for the actual talk.