I’ve got a whole pile of interesting resources to share today, all of which came to me courtesy of Paul Manata of Triablogue.
First off, James Anderson (whose tabular comparison of WCF, Savoy, and LBC was previously featured here at the Outhouse), has a book out, titled Paradox in Christian Theology; I haven’t read it, but it looks interesting. And as a bargain, if you’re not sure you can make it through 344 pages of philosophical theology, it would appear that Paul Manata’s (p)review offers you the whole book in under 20,000 words!
Next up, Kerux, “The Online Journal of Biblical Theology.” Perhaps a better title would be “The Vos Project,” as their mission seems to be to persist and further the work of Geerhardus Vos and his school. Having been “founded in 1986, at Escondido, CA,” I’d bet my last roll of toilet paper that Kerux springs from a certain seminary that we at the Outhouse endorse. I can’t tell whether Kerux is still in operation or not, but their online archives contain their complete production from 1986-2002. And scanning the list of authors (Baugh, Clark, Irons, Kline, Ridderbos, Van Drunen, and of course Vos), I think Kerux might deserve the ultimate honor: a link in the Confessional Outhouse Sidebar, under “Sites that Dazzle” (except that since we cannot alter the alphabetical rendering, it would be yet another site that appears before Kline Online)!
Last, but certainly not least, behold the Veritas Forum! I first went to Veritas on a recommendation to listen to Alvin Plantinga’s “Evolutionary Argument Against Naturalism,” and stumbled into an archive of over 450 recorded lectures by almost 250 speakers, on any number of topics related to Christianity. May your .mp3 player ever be full, and your commute ever congested.