About of a year ago I posted an index of posts I had written on ecclesiology and apocalyptic. Since then I have gotten my own domain and, as such should have updated the links a long time ago. Anyway, here is an updated list for anyone who cars.
As far as I’m concerned the best effort of mine in this arena has been my series on “the church as apocalyptic event”:
- The Church as Apocalyptic Event and Church Discipline
- The Church as Apocalyptic Event and Common Confession
- The Church as Apocalyptic Event, Baptism, Eucharist, and Discipleship
- The Church as Apocalyptic Event and Visible Catholicity
- The Church as Apocalyptic Event and Our Ecclesial Tasks
- The Church as Apocalyptic Event: Summary and Conclusion
Here are a number of other posts that are broadly centered on this topic from further back, dealing with various and sundry ecclesiological issues from an apocalyptic perspective:
- Douglas Harink’s Live-Blogged Lectures on Apocalyptic in the Petrine Epistles
- Sacraments, Mission, and Divine Action
- Why Can’t Hauerwas Just be a Witness?
- The Church’s Unrest
- What Makes an Ecclesiology Sufficient?
- Can the Church Embody the Word?
- Sacraments as Apocalyptic
- Nate Kerr’s Hauerwas: A Summary
- Mission and Apocalyptic Ecclesiology
- The Church as Polis? Some Biblical Reflections
- Evangelism and Messianic Time
- Theology and Power
- Mutual Inequality
- The Ecclesial Supersession of Humanity
- Diasporic Theology