It’s Wednesday! Celebrate with the following blog posts:
Peter Leithart takes on David Bentley Hart, and has three posts on Augustine’s work on the Trinity—one, two, three. Our detectives have yet to turn up whether or not this was a coincidence, but I am sure a fourth post will come along this afternoon to ruin the joke.
Here at First Thoughts, David Mills introduces us to two new bloggers, Dr. Trueman and Mr. Barrett. (You can read Barrett today on gambling.) And J. David Nolan, noted good human being, writes about animals.
Today you should also go check out the free articles from our November issue: David Bentley Hart’s review of Clive James’ Divine Comedy, Brian Doyle’s remembering of his first ordination, and Reinhard Hütter’s polemic for liberal education. Then you can come back here and discuss Hart’s apparent disdain for the Paradiso (wrong), Doyle’s story (charming), and Hütter’s rhetoric (awe-inspiring).