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Kathryn Tanner’s Christ the Key—Index

As I mentioned in the first part of the synopsis, my goal in these posts is both to summarize Kathryn Tanner’s new book, Christ the Key, and to engage certain key theses in detail.   In my synopses I tried to explicate the central argument of each chapter (rather than simply mention each important one).  In my final three posts I will connect what I have summarized to other thinkers and/or her earlier works.  Here’s a list of the posts I have planned. I’ll fill in the links as they get written:

  1. Synopsis, Part 1
  2. Synopsis, Part 2
  3. The obedience of Jesus
  4. Status of creation
  5. Trinity and Politics
  1. May 6, 2010 at 11:38 pm

    Hey! I am writing a review of this book for a journal and had intended to do a series much like your own on my blog (http://youcantmeanthat.blogspot.com). But, in light of the superb job you did I am just referring my minuscule readership over to you. Thanks for your work on this series, it provided me with another persons substantive engagement with the text, which was a relief, because I always have a nagging fear when reviewing a work (especially one from an author of this stature) that I am being uncharitable or badly misinterpreting them. So far as I can tell from your posts, we are more or less in agreement with how Tanner’s work is to be (or rather will end up being) read.

    Love the site, keep it up!

  2. Todd Walatka
    May 12, 2010 at 8:31 am

    I’m glad you found my posts helpful and good luck on your review!

  1. March 4, 2010 at 7:12 am
  2. March 13, 2010 at 9:56 am

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