Another list of links to end the week:

– The World Cup v. The Ph.D. here. The Monty Python “Philosopher’s World Cup”: Germany v. Greece here.

– A statue of Jesus was destroyed lightning here. In other news Pat Robertson has not said anything snarky about this. Hurricanes and earthquakes are much easier to attribute to God!

– W. Travis McMaken applies some Barth to our current political situation here. Brandon Wason writes on Barth’s take on commentaries here. Ben Myers writes on Barth writing on writing on theology (say that three times fast!) here.

– CNN’s John Blake note that “one-third of all accredited theological schools lack a single minority faculty member” here.

– Al Mohler shares some thoughts on Claremont’s decision to go from a seminary to an “interreligious university” here. Ekaputra Tupamahu, a student at Claremont, writes a defense of Claremont’s decision here.

– Mark Driscoll interviews the Grudems here.

– Mike Bird finds aspects of both the old and new perspectives on Paul in the Epistle to Diognetus here.

– T.C. Robinson ponders the “one baptism” of Ephesians 4.5 here.

– Ben Brumund ponders the doctrine of “double predestination” in Romans 9.18 here.

– Nick Norelli has begun posting “Tuesdays with Torrence” here. This will go well with our “Wednesdays with Wright” and “Fridays with Fee” on our blog!

– Halden Doerge is rereading Bonhoeffer’s Life Together and he shares some thoughts here.

– Kenton Sparks argues that evangelicals have failed to engage critical biblical scholarship here.

– Marc Cortez has been reviewing James K.A. Smith’s Desiring the Kingdom here, here, here, here, and here. He has been at the Acton Institute Conference as well. Read his reviews here, here, and here.

– The Koinonia blog chooses the top five post by Bill Mounce here. Also, Mounce has announced that he will be taking a break from blogging this summer here.

– This month’s edition of the Expository Times is available here.