Well, thanks to David for tagging me with the ultimate theo-blogger honor: The Thinking Blogger Award. David, I knew I could always count on those five bucks keeping you in my corner.
This is the blog of friend, and former fellow bookstore worker, Adam McInturf. Adam writes a lot on theology, literature, and music, all of which is worthy reading. His writings on Flannery O’Connor and the atonement are particularly thought provoking. Adam is also one of my go-to guys for accurate restaurant information here in Portland.
Here is the blog of friend, and also former fellow bookstore worker, David Horstkoetter. David is a student at Union Seminary in New York and is an avid reader of Stanley Hauerwas, John Yoder, Jurgen Moltmann and most recently, Johannes Baptist Metz. His blog contains some fascinating posts, particularly about the theology of the Kingdom of God.
While not a former bookstore worker, Derrick Peterson is a very frequent bookstore customer and a voracious reader. He’s my local Pannenberg expert, having read most of his works (or at least a lot more than anyone else I know). His blogs often have to do with trinitarian theology and christology. But be warned: Prepare for LONG posts if you venture to this venerable blog!
This the blog of fellow Portlander and bibliophile, Chris Layton. Chris knows more about hermeneutics (theological and philosophical) and literary criticism than I could ever hope to scratch the surface of. He also writes on topics related to Christian living, rural and sustainable life and political theology. This a blog definitely worth checking out.
While fellow former Multnomah student, Bobby Grow and I have our share of healthy debates, this is definitely a blog that will stimulate some critical thinking about a variety of theological topics. Bobby writes a lot on trintarianism, soteriology, hermeneutics, and medieval and patristic theology. For those of you that want to meet a conservative evangelical who is also a critical thinker and very theologically engaged, this may be the place for you.