Blog Reviews

Ben Myers presenting a Christological approach to Scholarship

June 18, 2010

Ben Myers has an excerpt up at Faith and Theology today from a paper he’s writing at the moment on a “Theology of Scholarship.” The full paper will be titled:   “Discerning Christ in Contemporary Thought: The Christological Basis of Christian Scholarship” His aim is to:develop a christological understanding of the nature of Christian scholarship, followed […]

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Little list of Links: June

June 18, 2010

It’s good to be back in the rhythm. I was away from St Andrews quite a but these last few months. Another photography collection to share with you – this time from a friend of mine, Kevin Kelly. His flickr collection can be found here. 3 Most common uses of Irony – from Oatmeal Comics. […]

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400th Post!

June 17, 2010

This week has seen the 400th post on Goannatree – it’s been such an interesting journey over the last 3 years! Thanks for sharing the ride! _________________________Anna Blanch is founder of Goannatree, and a PhD candidate in the Institute of Theology, Imagination, and the Arts at the University of St Andrews, Scotland.

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Top 100 Church Blogs

March 19, 2010

Finally a Top 100 list that actually has some methodology behind it! I am more than happy to share Top 100 Church Blogs (+ 30 bonus blogs) put together by ChurchRelevance. My biggest criticism in the other lists, including my massive list of posts on 100 Top Theology Blogs, was the lack of clear methodology. […]

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Scholar-Bloggers in the Spotlight: Female Science Professor and the Little Professor

February 20, 2010

I came across both of these blogs recently and I had to share. I’m like that sometimes. Female Science ProfessorMusings of a science professor at a large research university. While this blog is Science centric, naturally and understandably so, it is squarely thinking and exploring academia. Based in the US it is concerned primarily with […]

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Some Folks You Need to Meet: Jennifer Linkous

December 13, 2009

The second cab off the rank in my series on Some Folks you Need to Meet and the 12 days of Community is Jennifer Linkous. She’s the author of Twelve Steps Closer and a member of Highcallingblogs. I asked Jennifer some questions to get to know the what and why of her blog! Tell me […]

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Some folks you need to meet: Sam Van Eman

December 10, 2009

On the first day of Christmas, my true love sent to me A partridge in a pear tree. The first cab off the rank in my series on Some Folks you Need to Meet and the 12 days of Community is Sam Van Eman. He’s the author of New Breed of Advertisers and a contributor […]

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Some folks you need to meet: The 12 days of blogging Christmas

December 9, 2009

Following L.L’s lead in freely sharing and promoting the work of others in her post Seedlings in Stone: 12 Days of Self-Promotion, Sorta and appropriate considering some of the wonderful bloggers over at HighCallingBlogs and their 12 Days of Community project I thought I’d join in. Sharing the work of others is one of the […]

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Colllide Magazine Readers Choice Awards Voting Open

December 8, 2009

Voting for COLLIDE Readers Choice Awards now open! Categories include films, media platforms and electronic devices, christian short films, production companies, DVD curriculum, as well as Theology/Ministry blog of the year, Faith and Culture and Faith and the Arts blogs categories. The two categories that most interest me are the 2009 faith & arts blog […]

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A Parents Guide to Children’s Literature

November 16, 2009

In writing a PhD on E.Nesbit, who is best known as a Children’s author, I am often asked my opinion about contemporary children’s literature, or what I would advise children of different ages should read, or whether I think this series or that series is good (you can imagine that many recent film releases have […]

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