Two months ago I wrote up a tribute to theologian and noted author Stanley Grenz. It was in response to a call for papers. Knowing that a many theological giants would be submitting their own reflections and tributes, I figured that I didn’t have too much of a chance to get in
Nevertheless, I spent a bit of time on my research and determined that if it didn’t make the cut, I would at least make it available for free to all who are interested in reading an analysis of the impact of Stan Grenz on Christians who blog. The title is: Christian Blogs: Fulfilling Grenz’s Communal Vision for Theology.
As you probably have figured out by now, the article was returned. So, in keeping with my original intention, I have loaded the article below.
You may read it here: Stanley Grenz and Blogs
3 thoughts on “Christian Blogs: Fulfilling Grenz’s Communal Vision for Theology”
Thanks for this, Ed. I think it’s a shame that they didn’t pick up your essay; I would love to see these ideas researched further. As I blogged, someone needs to write a book on this.
Thanks for posting the article. I had the privilege of knowing Stan for the year I studied at Regent College in Vancouver. His books have continued to have an influence in my life.
Thanks for your kind words. It was a fun article to write. I hope this article will help remind the church of his monumental influence on so many.
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