By Dustin Bruce
- Over at First Things, check out Stephen Webb’s review of Heavenly Participation: The Weaving of a Sacramental Tapestry by Hans Boersma.
- Readthefathers.org has a series of Holy Week readings taken from the Church Fathers. Check out their first post, “Lectures for Holy Week: The Procatachesis of Cyril of Jerusalem.”
- At ChurchHistory.org, Thomas Kidd writes “Jefferson Versus the Historians, or Barton Versus the Historians? Thomas Kidd Responds to Arthur Sherr.”
- On The Christian Century blog, James Bratt reviews Daryl’s Hart Calvinism: A History.
- Over at The Anxious Bench, John Turner ties together recent events with early Christian history in “The Passions of Perpetua and Frans van der Lugt.”
- Also at The Anxious Bench, check out Thomas Albert Howard’s post, “That’s So Dys-Evangelical.”
- On NT Exegesis, Brian Renshaw posts a “Maundy Thursday – A Reflection from Augustine.”
- John Fea, on The Way of Improvement Leads Home, has a video from a recent OAH panel discussion addressing the question “Is Blogging Scholarship?”
Recent Book Releases
- Bryan Loritts, ed., Letters to a Birmingham Jail: A Response to the Words and Dreams of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Moody.
- Sarah Rolfe Prodan, Michelangelo’s Christian Mysticism: Sprituality, Poetry, and Art in Sixteenth-Century Italy. Cambridge.
- St. Epiphanius of Cyrpus, Ancoratus (Fathers of the Church). The Catholic University of America Press.
- Stephen Cox, American Christianity: The Continuing Revolution. University of Texas Press.
- Richard Allen, David Jones, and Trystan Hughes, The Religious History of Wales. Welsh Academic Press.
From the Fuller Center
- Contributor Evan Burns discusses a Fuller sermon in “The Children of the Resurrection.”
- Ryan Hoselton posts on “William Ames’ Holy Logic.”
- Michael Haykin highlights “An excellent comment by Andrew Atherstone on reading history.”
- Also on the blog, Michael Haykin posts a reflection on the recent passing of Dr. Rowan Greer.
What did I miss this week? Share in the comments or on Twitter: @AFCBS or @dustinbruce.
Note: Inclusion of an article, book, or any other form of media on the Historiae ecclesiasticae collecta does not constitute a theological endorsement by the compiler, Michael Haykin, the Andrew Fuller Center or Southern Seminary.
Dustin Bruce lives in Louisville, KY where he is pursuing a PhD in Biblical Spirituality at Southern Seminary. He is a graduate of Auburn University and Southwestern Seminary. Dustin and his wife, Whitney, originally hail from Alabama.