As further evidence of my continued inability to say “No!” to good things, I have agreed to be part of a team of bloggers at The Twelve, a collaborative blog hosted by the good folks at Perspectives: A Journal of Reformed Thought. It’s a diverse team of–you guessed it!–12 bloggers with different styles and interests coming from various vocations (pastors, artists, scholars) but all identifying with Reformed traditions. (Which of us is Judas remains to be seen! 😉 I hope you’ll consider adding it to your RSS feeds and such.
My first post begins a little series that will look at Saul Bellow’s recently published essay, “The Jewish Writer in America”–which raises some interesting parallels for Reformed folk in a North American context (with obvious differences as well).
On a related note: watch for the release of The Best of the Reformed Journal, a compilation of some of the landmark essays that appeared in the predecessor to Perspectives.