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Analysis of Nathan Kerr's Christ, History and Apocalyptic at The Church and Postmodern Culture blog

I appreciated the analysis and conversation regarding Nathan Kerr's book Christ, History and Apocalyptic during January through March of 2009 at "The Church and Postmodern Culture" blog.  But it is a bit tricky to find all of the posts so I list them below.  Kerr (B.A., M.A.—Olivet Nazarene University; Ph.D. Vanderbilt University) is assistant professor of theology and philosophy at Trevecca Nazarene University.  His next book is entitled Exodus, Exile, and Ecclesia: In Search of the Church of the Poor.

January 12, 2009 Christ, History and Apocalyptic: A Symposium, part 1 Chapter 1: "Introduction," response by Joshua Davis, Ph.D. Candidate, Theological Studies, Vanderbilt University.

January 19, 2009 Christ, History and Apocalyptic: A Symposium, part 2 Chapter 2: "Ernst Troeltsch: The Triumph of Ideology and the Eclipse of Apocalyptic," response by David Congdon, a PhD Student in Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary.

February 02, 2009 Christ, History and Apocalyptic: A Symposium, part 3 Chapter 3: "Karl Barth: Foundations for an Apocalyptic Christology," response by John McDowell, a professor and chair of theology in a new post at the University of Newcastle.

February 11, 2009 Christ, History and Apocalyptic: A Symposium, part 4 Chapter 4: "Stanley Hauerwas: Apocalyptic, Narrative Ecclesiology, and 'the Limits of Anti-Constantinianism,'" response by John W. Wright, Professor of Theology and Christian Scriptures at Point Loma Nazarene University.

February 16, 2009 Christ, History and Apocalyptic: A Symposium, part 5 Chapter 5: "John Howard Yoder: The Singularity of Jesus and the Apocalypticization of History," response by Douglas Harink, Professor of Theology at the Kings University College in Edmonton, Alberta.

February 23, 2009 Christ, History and Apocalyptic: A Symposium, part 6 Chapter 6: "Towards an Apocalyptic Politics of Mission," response by James K. A. Smith, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, MI.

March 02, 2009 Christ, History and Apocalyptic: a week off for further thought

March 11, 2009 Christ, History and Apocalyptic: Nate Kerr's Response

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