Linktober: An Inaugural Post

Every so often I’ll create a post like this one that I fill with links to web resources that I feel like including for some reason or other.

For all later posts you can expect titles that attempt to create a not-so-clever pun with the word “link.” Feel free to submit a “punny” title suggestion in the comments.

So here we go!

  • D. Stephen Long weighs in on why theology is “useless.” It’s not what you think!
  • The Logos Institute continues to produce excellent podcast material.
  • The Two Tasks Institute, founded by philosopher Paul Gould, is beginning a podcast soon.
  • Justin Brierley of the Unbelievable? radio broadcast is starting a new podcast with N. T. Wright.
  • Dale Tuggy, the biblical unitarian host of the Trinities podcast, has started a series of episodes featuring Beau Branson on the monarchy of the Father. (I have summarized what Branson says about Monarchical Trinitarianism in another post.)
  • Randal Rauser gives his take on Dale Tuggy’s statement on what constitutes “mere Christianity.” (Tuggy also responds on his own website.)
  • There’s been a dust up in the United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI) after a church in St. Louis posted a video about why they left the Oneness Pentecostal organization. They claim that racism remains in the UPCI, and that the organization’s top-level leadership has failed to address it. David K. Bernard, who is the General Superintendant of the UPCI, posted a response to the video.
  • Michael R. Burgos, Jr. has released two podcasts responding to Oneness Pentecostalism: one on Matthew 28:19, and another on whether Jesus is the Father.
  • I found an article about how the author Isaac Asimov was such a prolific writer an interesting and though-provoking one. (How does this apply to, say, Augustine or Aquinas?)
  • The Gospel Coalition shares some thoughts by John Frame on how to evaluate theological writings.
  • Congratulations are in order to Chris Woznicki (PhD candidate at Fuller Seminary) for being named the IVP Early-Career Philosopher of Religion 2018. He shares his testimony and mission in an interview with IVP.
  • Registration is now open for the 2019 L.A. Theology Conference. I’ll be there!
  • The Talbot School of Theology is now offering a Master’s program in “Classical Theology.” In my opinion it looks like an incredible opportunity.
  • I recently posted about a new reader’s edition of the Septuagint. There’s now an interview with the authors about the volumes.

I’ve also added some resources to my links page.

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