Saturday, April 30, 2011

New Blogging Project.

My degree is complete (yes!) and I finally get the chance to blog without guilt. I intentionally tried to do nothing of substance since last night, but I (pathetically) can not keep away from my books. As a result, I realized that I never wrote a post to announce that I will be joining the 2011 Reading Project with Jeremy and Adam! They kindly asked me if I would agree to start reading along with them and write posts on particular readings about once every three weeks. I thought it would be a great way to read a lot of material that I (sadly) have not yet gotten the chance to read. I know I'd never get all this reading accomplished on my own this summer. The following is the list of the particular works I will be writing about. The project is currently underway, but I won't start writing until June. Be sure to check out the project at Jeremy's blog!

Here's my (ambitious) assigned reading list:

• Bonhoeffer, Ethics, "History and Good [1] and [2]" and "Commandment of God in the Church" (06/12)

• Pannenberg, Systematic Theology I, Chapters 5-6, (07/03)

• Pannenberg, Systematic Theology II, Chapter 10-11 (07/24)

• Pannenberg, Systematic Theology III, Chapter 13, Part III §3 - Chapter 14 §3 (8/14)

• Robert Jenson, Systematic Theology I, Chapter 9 -14 (9/4)

• Jungel, God as Mystery of the World, Chapters 1 - 10 (9/25)

• Torrance, Doctrine of God, Chapters 1 - 5 (10/16)

• Gunton, Brief Theology of Revelation (11/6)

• Hunsinger, Disruptive Grace, Chapters 8-15 (11/27)

• Lindbeck, Nature of Doctrine (12/18)


Rod said...

I have finished both Linbeck's and Bonhoeffer's texts that you mentioned. Can't wait to see what you have to say about them.

Anonymous said...

I'm looking forward to this!

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