Apologetics, Imagination, and Imaginative Apologetics
A couple years ago, I had opportunity to write a review article for Trinity Journal, a lengthy interaction with Imaginative Apologetics: Theology, Philosophy and the Catholic Tradition, edited by Andrew Davison. I never took the opportunity to share some of those thoughts here – I now aim to rectify that! I would like to resume somewhat-faithful blogging this year, so this is my first beginning on that road.
In the first couple of blog posts, I will survey the terrain of historical and contemporary Christian apologetics. In subsequent posts, we’ll look at the place of imagination in Christian scholarship and apologetics, focusing especially on Jamie Smith’s recent contributions. Down the road, I will interact with the various articles in Imaginative Apologetics.