Sunday Link Post: Jeremy Ridenour

The occasional AUFS link posts serves to highlight important books, posts, and other virtual goings-ons that we think our readers would find interesting. Today there is just one person to be highlighted, Jeremy Ridenour of JRidenour. Everyone really should be reading Jeremy’s blog if they are not already. He consistently posts high-quality reflections on important books in the tradition. Recently he finished the entirety of Barth’s Church Dogmatics, then worked through important books in Liberation Theology, and is currently reading (along with a new addition to the blog) Hegel’s Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion. I also really liked his recent post proclaiming Death to Apologetics which highlights the death of the orthodoxy theological blogosophere.

6 Responses to “Sunday Link Post: Jeremy Ridenour”

  1. Adam Kotsko Says:

    Jeremy is arguably the hardest-working person in theology blogging right now. I wish I had his reading endurance — my “chops” have decreased since grad school, but I was never at his level.

  2. A.J. Smith Says:

    My theory is that Jeremy is not really human.

  3. Jeremy Says:

    Thanks for the love.

  4. Rod of Alexandria Says:

    Thank you all for the blog recommendation. Shall subscribe and link.

  5. Clayton Crockett Says:

    Jeremy is amazing, an incredible combination of thoroughness, charity, intelligence, courageousness and clarity of thinking and judgment. I am also in awe of his theological persistence and endurance in reading.

  6. Alex Says:

    Ditto to all the above. The one theo-blog that I actually still read on the regular outside this one, of course.

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