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Sunday, August 24, 2008

James Dunn as Neglected Theologian

Michael Westmoreland-White of Levellers is hosting a blog series on Neglected Theologians.

The Neglected Theologians that have been recovered in this series include:

The Venerable Bede (post authored by Tim Furry, Ph.D. student, University of Dayton)

The Blumhardts (post authored by Dr. Christian T. Collins Winn, Associate Prof of Historical and Systematic Theology, Bethel University)

Johann Baptist Metz (post authored by D.W. Horstkoetter, recent M.A. (Theology & Ethics) from Union Theological Seminary and soon-to-be Ph.D. student at Marquette University)

My post on James Milton Dunn is the fourth installment in this Neglected Theologians blog series. Though I'm a tad biased, I'd say it's a pretty decent contribution. James Dunn is not your traditional theologian but he is a theologian nonetheless - an activist theologian for religious liberty.

Check it out here.

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Anonymous Michael Westmoreland-White said...

Thanks for the contribution and for the promotion, BDW.

11:22 AM

 
Anonymous jeannie said...

When I was in college (ETBC back then) I had a couple of heroes - James Dunn was one, along with Bill Moyers and Tony Compolo. Now that I have kids in college I try to explain that the baptist world was much different in the 70s, with much more freedom and grace. It was good to be reminded!

7:46 AM

 

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