24 July 2001

new content

Newer content on my website includes (these links will open another browser window): "Baptismal Regeneration and the Westminster Confession 28.6" and "Fiesta and Eucharist."

The first is an argument that a belief in baptismal regeneration falls within the bounds of the Westminster Standards. It may be of interest for those of us in a Presbyterian or other Anglo-Reformed tradition.

The second stems from having recently read From the Heart of Our People: Latino/a Explorations in Catholic Systematic Theology (Orbis 1999), edited by Orlando Espín and Miguel Díaz. The book is of mixed quality and interest, but Roberto Goizueta's essay "Fiesta: Life in the Subjunctive" got me thinking about the practice of the eucharist in much of the Reformed tradition.