Monday, 25 August 2008

A completed thread on A. Louth's Discerning the Mystery

I am delighted to announce that Sister Macrina Walker, osco, author of the blog A Vow of Conversation, has completed a thorough review of Andrew Louth's important work, Discerning the Mystery: An Essay on the Nature of Theology. Why is he important? To be honest, from my perspective it's because his name keeps popping up in Brevard Childs' work in an area that is foundational to the entire enterprise of theological exegesis: the nature of allegory. I have yet to read the book myself and am glad to have to opportunity to catch a preview in Sister Macrina's posts.

For more online material on Andrew Louth, the Statesman has a series of articles.

2 comments:

Macrina said...

Thanks for the publicity, Phil! I hope to get to reading some more of your Childs posts before too long.

Phil Sumpter said...

Glad to be of assistence! If you do get round to reading some of my posts, feel free to dive in with criticism or questions.