Just a few notes for regular readers:
First, for the first time in six months, I have updated the Projects page of this blog, rectifying a number of frightful anachronisms. Most of the changes are fairly minor updates, but one long-dormant project has been swept off the stage to make room for an exciting newly-hatched one. Let me emphasize again that if you have interests in any of the areas described in these projects, I would love to hear from you and profit from your input. The second project, the Mercersburg Theology Study Series, is at last nearing a significant milestone, as the first volume nears completion and we prepare to launch a website–a one-stop shop for all things Mercersburg. Stay tuned for that. In the meantime —
— Second, my book, The Mercersburg Theology and the Quest for Reformed Catholicity, is now available on Kindle! So if you’re an avid e-reader who’s interested in an idiosyncratic and unstable mix of Reformed theology, Hegelianism, and Anglo-Catholicism, go check it out! 😉
Third, my bandwidth-devouring series on English cathedrals that I visited last month will be drawing to an end with the lovely Wells Cathedral tomorrow, and I’ll at last begin posting the long-promised series from my friend, Brad Belschner, on Creation and Evolution (delayed till now due to the unfortunate theft of his laptop), which will give me the opportunity to focus almost wholly on some writing deadlines–though I’ll probably intersperse some themes of my own on familiar themes while the Creation series is ongoing.