Monday, January 29, 2007

All Together Now: Reflections on the Bifurcation of Faith and History

This post is really more for my benefit than anyone elses. I finally finished the fifth and final part to my miniseries on the Bifurcation of Faith and History, my (somewhat) brief take on how fundamentalists and conservative evangelicals have come remarkably close to (and occaisionally been guilty of) the sort of inappropriate division between the Jesus of Faith and the Jesus of History sort of thinking old line liberals were guilty of. I wanted to put all of the posts together in one spot for easy access in case I ever wanted to refer to them in the future. So here it is: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5.

1 comment:

Luther's Stein said...

Mihelis,

Check out this link -- it proves once again that genuine scholarship loves the Simpsons:

http://greensoylent.blogspot.com/2007/01/interview-with-dr-peter-enns.html