Fr. Kimel shared a link in the comments of this post that anyone who has read the Silmarillion will appreciate:
The Biomechanics of Pragmatism
A blog of sound and fury, signifying nothing
“Genuine theology is thus an important function of the Church as the Body of Christ in history.” T.F. Torrance
Scattered Thoughts on Theology and Ministry...
Seeking truth and beauty from the heavenly city.
A desktop app that gives WordPress a permanent home in your dock
An exploration of the works of poet Charles Williams (1886-1945)
Some Thoughts on the Book of Acts and Pauline Theology
“Either we are fools for the world because of Christ or we are fools for Christ because of the world. O how short-lived is the sound of a word of the world! If the world would say to us ‘fool,’ the world will die and its word will die! What then is the value of its word? But if the heavenly, immortal ones say to us ‘fool,’ that will neither die nor is it removed from us as eternal condemnation.” + St. Nikolai Velimirovich
Blogging about philosophy, by a part-time student
A venue for anti-passivist thinking, from metaphysics to social theory
A blog devoted to the translation of German New Testament scholarship
A Sydney based theological reading and discussion group
Theology. Philosophy. Life.
| a faith worth keeping |
The name of this blog is A Rigid Designator
"religion is above all an external word" (Lindbeck)