theological reflections at the intersection of (my) perception with reality
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
talking about kierkegaard on theology soup
I recently enjoyed a little conversation with the guys over at "theology soup" ( theologysoup.wordpress.com) about Kierkegaard and a book I am currently writing (with Myron Penner) which relates Kierkegaard's thought to postmodernism and the emerging church. They (Peter Herzog, Joseph Rueter and Dan Kent) were enjoyable conversation partners and asked perceptive questions. We had some good laughs along the way. Check it out here.
I'm a theology professor at Bethel Seminary in St. Paul, MN. I teach about Kierkegaard and postmodernity, theology and contemporary culture, the doctrine of salvation, theological perspectives on evil and suffering, and contemporary issues in the person and work of Christ. I enjoying cracking the mysteries of "Lost" with my beautiful wife, Sara.