Apparently it’s been a slow bogging weekend, but here are some interesting links for today.
- Jim West posted a link to an interview with Hans Küng that looks pretty interesting. Of course, I can’t actually say for sure since the whole interview is in Italian.
- Nick Norelli has updated his Trinitarian Resources page, and it’s well worth checking out.
- As an historical aside, today is the anniversary of the martyrdom of Girolamo Savonarola, the Italian preacher and reformer who was killed as a heretic in 1498.
- Two books have recently been released from people I studied with at St. Andrews. Julie Canlis’ Calvin’s Ladder offers a new reading of Calvin’s theology focusing the concept of participation and noting a number of important parallels with patristic theology (HT Jim West). Mickey Klink’s edited volume The Audience of the Gospels continues the discussion of Gospel audiences begun by Richard Baukham and contains essays from Mickey, Baukham, Mike Bird, Craig Blomberg, Justin Marc Smith, and Adele Reinhartz (HT Euangelion).
- If you’re into social networking, Lifehacker points out a new resource that will generate humorous status updates for you.