Greetings to you during this advent season. I have been busy of late, so I thought I would share some recent blog/theo links that readers of this blog might enjoy:
-Over at ABC there is a great article by William Cavanaugh on Christopher Hitches and religious violence and one by the web host Scott Stephens on the gratitude we ought to have for Hitchens.
-Also over at ABC, my professor John Milbank has a highly nuanced piece about Christian social vision, politics and economy.
-Kim Fabricius has written a great new hymn over at Faith and Theology.
-Pope Benedict XVI on wealth distibution over at the Washington Post, and listed on Duke Divinity's Call and Response.
-An interview with Wendell Berry at Indiana University's NPR station.
-Near Emmaus wax's the telephone game with the thought of Anthony LaDonne.
-John Morehead has posted a call for papers for a forthcoming volume "Joss Whedon and Theology" at theofantastique.com.
-Camus on Dostoyevsky and Nihilism, an interview posted at A Piece of Monologue.
-An Advent reflection by Kyle Childress over at the ekklesia project blog.
-Conor Cunningham lectures on Darwin's Pious Idea...
-In honor of the end of the year film award season, here is Ebert's review of my favorite of this year: Tree of Life.