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stream of consciousness #2

The other day as I was browing through the Internet, I stumbled upon the liturgy spoken before Communion at Renovatus Church. It is really beautiful. 656 more words


On my desk: Moseley on Israel's nationhood

Moseley, Carys, Nationhood, Providence, and Witness: Israel in Modern Theology and Social Theory (Cambridge: James Clarke, 2013)

I just finished reviewing Moseley’s book for Theological Book Review (based at Liverpool Hope University). 140 more words


A Critique of J D Bettis, "Is Karl Barth a Universalist?"

The question of universalism in Barth’s theology has been raised directly by J D Bettis in his article, “Is Karl Barth a Universalist?” (Scottish Journal of Theology, Vol. 4,244 more words

Karl Barth and Paul Tillich: Responding to Theological Liberalism

Two quite different responses to theological liberalism are represented in the theologies of Karl Barth and Paul Tillich.

In his protest against theological liberalism, Barth seeks to re-emphasize the lost emphases on man the sinner and God the Judge . 1,032 more words

Karl Barth and Apologetics

I’ve been reading CD 2.1 lately, and thinking about how, if at all, Barth’s ideas can be translated into a kind of apologetic. I’ve had this little project of mine going for a bit now – it started with me trying to translate some of T.F. 1,088 more words


Uta Barth, Feature Photographer no. 09

Regarded for her “empty” images that border on painterly abstraction, the artist carefully renders blurred backgrounds, cropped frames and the natural qualities of light

A 2012 Mc Arthur Fellow, …

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Weekly Dosis of Barth // #mondaymusings

One could rightly say that I am currently somewhat obsessed with the writings of Karl Barth. No, I have not bought his astounding 14 volume magnum opus, the  779 more words