A new book symposium has begun on the Church and Postmodern Culture blog on Daniel A. Siedell’s God in the Gallery: A Christian Embrace of Modern Art. Two posts are up already, one by Jamie Smith and the other by Matthew Milliner (who blogs at millinerd.com) This Monday an engagement with the third chapter will be from Bruce Ellis Benson. The remainder of the schedule can be found here.
Second, I have begun a series of posts on Kierkegaard and Socrates over on Cynthia Nielsen’s Per Caritatem blog. The first post highlights Socrates’ importance for Kierkegaard at the end of his life, and the second post delves a bit into Kierkegaard’s “Sophistical” situation vis-à-vis the Danish Hegelian Christians of Copenhagen. I should have a third post up soon.