From Religions, Klaus von Stosch (Paderborn): Comparative Theology as Liberal and Confessional Theology; Jacques Scheuer (Louvain): Comparative Theology and Religious Studies in a Non-religious Environment; and Reinhold Bernhardt (Basel): Comparative Theology: Between Theology and Religious Studies. Thomas M. Dicken (RMC): Graffiti Theology: Criteria and an Agenda. Carl Raschke on his book The Revolution in Religious Theory: Toward a Semiotics of the Event (and more). Is God Irish?: Roger McCann maps the limits of theology. Steve Fuller reviews The God Problem: Expressing Faith and Being Reasonable by Robert Wuthnow. Can philosophy of religion be an acceptable form of proselytism/apologetics? Wesley Hill reviews Christ the Stranger: The Theology of Rowan Williams by Benjamin Myers. Biblical foundations and the thread of history: Current trends that have existed in biblical scholarship for quite some time reveal a distinct blindness about the essence of Sacred Scripture. Peter Versteeg reviews Thinking in Tongues: Pentecostal Contributions to Christian Philosophy by James K.A. Smith. An imperfect God: The "perfect" God that philosophers have tried and failed to establish is nowhere to be found — not even in the Bible.