Stephen H. Webb is a columnist for First Things. He is the author of Jesus Christ, Eternal God and, forthcoming, Mormon Christianity. His book on Bob Dylan is Dylan Redeemed.
Stephen H. Webb
Bob Dylan: The Essential Interviews edited by jonathan cottwenner, 464 pages, $23.95 No matter how many albums Bob Dylan keeps recording, he will always be an icon of the 1960s. Elvis Presley might have invented rock and roll, but Dylan infused it with a moral seriousness that, for better or worse, . . . . Continue Reading »
Brozos Press has become the House of Hauerwas. That is not such a bad thing, given that Stanleys theological mansion contains many rooms. No other contemporary theologian has put his personal touch on so many issues with such persistent creativity. This is not to say Hauerwas work is a . . . . Continue Reading »
David Tracy was my advisor at the University of Chicago Divinity School at the time he was developing the idea of the analogical imagination. The way he wove together all aspects of religious thought into an intricate fabric inspired me, even though my evangelical Protestant instincts kept me from . . . . Continue Reading »
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