On the Web (July 22, 2012)

On the web:

  • Tokens makes available the final part of their interview with Walter Brueggemann.
  • Theological Studies has back issues from 5 years ago and beyond freely available online (HT: Charles Jones).
  • Michael Halcomb reflects on some of Albert Schweitzer’s comments on Christian scholars.
  • Tommy Keene highlights BibleArc.
  • Archive.org has Gordon Fee’s PhD thesis available online (HT: Larry Hurtado).
  • Bavarian authorities are commissioning annotated editions of Mein Kampf in hopes of further defusing the work’s value for extremists’ use as it comes into the public domain.
  • Joel Willitts reflects on some of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s comments on “self forgiveness.”
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