Wipf, a mystery interview and a conference
What with this English dial-up modem and all, I’ve been online less than I planed. Nevertheless, two pieces of lovely news to disseminate.
First, my thanks to Wipf and Stock for having generously sent me a copy of Gregory MacDonald’s The Evangelical Universalist. It happily arrived just before I left for England, and it is proving to be a gripping read. Utterly riveting, actually. When I’m done with the book in a few days (I have an NT conference in between) I shall at some point continue my posts on universalism, hopefully in dialogue with Gregory himself. Christian Zionism comes first on the to-discuss list.
Second, I’m very excited to say that a rather well known theologian - and author of a book I recently reviewed on my blog - informs me that he would like to kindly answer a few questions about his work for Chrisendom readers.
Can you guess the theologian and the book? I won’t say right now because I’m childish, but boy am I excited!
Tomorrow the NT conference starts, so perhaps you would like to pray the following prayer for my presentations (tomorrow evening, and Thursday morning):
‘Lord, smite the enemies of Chris’ arguments with runny noses,
and grant this most anointed servant of Thy truth
the ability to make his accusers look utterly and irreparably stupid.
Please rustle up all kinds of nasty insects and ants to eat the lunch of his critics,
and give those who agree with his papers copious amounts of cash
to buy all sorts of goodies for their bookshelves.
... or something else in your own words.