For those of you who haven't noticed yet, in the past week I added links to two blogs. The first is sententiae et clamores, a very interesting blog by a progressive Catholic and grad student named Liam. The second is the rather interesting blog written by Asbury Theological Seminary's Ben Witherington.
As always, please don't assume that a link implies agreement. I don't always agree with anyone, not even myself. But I found both of these blogs to be interesting and thought provoking. While Witherington is much more theologically conservative than I am, I respect his scholarship and his willingness to discuss almost anything. I also enjoy that - like me - he sometimes subjects his readers to movie reviews.
Liam came to my attention through an insightful comment that he left here during a discussion on religious experience. Turns out he drops by on occasion, but rarely has the time to leave a comment. I returned his favor and visited his blog, and was most impressed with his devotion to the Catholic faith; a devotion which is strong enough to stick with Catholicism even in the face of substantial disagreement. I have compared his disposition to that of Hans Kung. Those of you who know me know what a high compliment that is, coming from me.
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