Sean Gerety opines on Jason Stellman’s Crocodile Tears.
I love theology. I spend a great deal of my small amounts of free time reading theological books, articles, blogs, listening to sermons and lectures, etc. to supplement my study of Scripture. My recent schedule has not permitted much time for blogging (and it doesn’t look like that’s going to change anytime soon), so I have decided to begin regularly sharing articles and resources which I find particularly valuable in my ongoing Scriptural/Theological/Philosophical research. I hope that my readers will likewise be blessed by this material, and of course I welcome any comments, observations, reservations, etc. on anything posted here. Thanks in advance!
Recently, during my 45 minute drive to church on Sunday morning, I listened to a taped lecture entitled Bleating Wolves: The Meaning of Evangelicals and Catholics Together, presented by John W. Robbins at the Trinity Foundation Conference on Christianity and Roman Catholicism, 10.8.98. Although this lecture is almost 12 years old, its message is timely, given recent discussion of The Manhattan Declaration and other ecumenically-minded movements.