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  • In For Self-Examination, Kierkegaard critiques the historical-critical method in biblical scholarship,  presenting the biblical critic as a self-deceived, crafty coward, comparable to a young boy who pads his pants with napkins before he gets a spanking. [1] The critic, according […]

    Kierkegaard versus the Biblical Critics

    In For Self-Examination, Kierkegaard critiques the historical-critical method in biblical scholarship,  presenting the biblical critic as a self-deceived, crafty coward, comparable to a young boy who pads his pants with napkins before he gets a spanking. [1] The critic, according […]

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  • DUBLIN—Arts & Spirituality Ireland (ASI) will present a one day conference, The Artist as Seer: Dreamer of Dreams on Saturday 18 October 2014 at the Chester Beatty Library from 10am to 2:30pm, including lunch at the Silk Road Cafe. Conference […]

    Announcement: Arts & Spirituality Ireland Conference: The Artist as Seer: Dreamer of Dreams

    DUBLIN—Arts & Spirituality Ireland (ASI) will present a one day conference, The Artist as Seer: Dreamer of Dreams on Saturday 18 October 2014 at the Chester Beatty Library from 10am to 2:30pm, including lunch at the Silk Road Cafe. Conference […]

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  • Hans Boersma, Heavenly Participation: The Weaving of a Sacramental Tapestry. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2011, xii + 206 pp., £12.99/$22.00 paper. No stranger to Transpositions, Hans Boersma here argues for a sacramental (aka participatory) ontology, and this with reference to nouvelle théologie. The book is, then, […]

    Review: Heavenly Participation

    Hans Boersma, Heavenly Participation: The Weaving of a Sacramental Tapestry. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2011, xii + 206 pp., £12.99/$22.00 paper. No stranger to Transpositions, Hans Boersma here argues for a sacramental (aka participatory) ontology, and this with reference to nouvelle théologie. The book is, then, […]

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  • At my fidgety age I am less and less inclined towards spontaneity. I admit my guilt, though it may not be my fault. Ventures out into “culture land” can be dangerous to your health. But my wife Kazumi is persistent, planning all […]

    Summer Garden: Alfonse Borysewicz, Artist in Residence

    At my fidgety age I am less and less inclined towards spontaneity. I admit my guilt, though it may not be my fault. Ventures out into “culture land” can be dangerous to your health. But my wife Kazumi is persistent, planning all […]

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  • Greetings from St Andrews! We trust you’ve had a lovely summer. It’s been lovely here, one of the warmest summers ever recorded in Scotland. I spent much of the summer with my boys, hiking the Fife Coastal Trail and building sand […]

    Transpositions: Signposts, Fall 2014

    Greetings from St Andrews! We trust you’ve had a lovely summer. It’s been lovely here, one of the warmest summers ever recorded in Scotland. I spent much of the summer with my boys, hiking the Fife Coastal Trail and building sand […]

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  • Summer is a busy time, and so, as is our custom, we’ll be taking a break from our regular posting schedule (in the hopes of getting outside to catch a glimpse of the fleeting Scottish sun!). Looking back, we’ve had […]

    Transpositions: 2014, a Mid-Year Review

    Summer is a busy time, and so, as is our custom, we’ll be taking a break from our regular posting schedule (in the hopes of getting outside to catch a glimpse of the fleeting Scottish sun!). Looking back, we’ve had […]

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  • This is my last post for Transpositions. I would like to thank my colleagues for their support and encouragement over the past three years. I would also like to thank you readers for your comments and emails offering useful feedback […]

    A Goodbye and a Blessing

    This is my last post for Transpositions. I would like to thank my colleagues for their support and encouragement over the past three years. I would also like to thank you readers for your comments and emails offering useful feedback […]

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