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A Rallying Cry for Amateurs Everywhere

I am not, nor have I ever been, a seminary student. My major was not philosophy or history. I never studied literature or political science. I was never required to defend a thesis or to write a paper longer than fifteen pages. 553 more words


Karl's Answer

The Swiss theologian Karl Barth was one of the most highly respected theological writers of his generation and has gone on to be considered the greatest protestant thinker of the 20th century. 138 more words


And a word on what to wear.....

I’ve been a church organist all my adult life and my experience as a church musician has included providing music for all kinds of weddings. Wedding celebrations can be memorable for many reasons–sometimes for how very lovely they are and sometimes for the very interesting, unexpected, and maybe even bizarre things that may happen.   1,234 more words

Endorsements For Karl Barth and the Incarnation

The revised version of my dissertation will be available in November (look for it at the T&T Clark booth at the AAR/SBL meeting in San Diego), though the publisher is… 357 more words


Notes on the Analogy of Being, Barth and Torrance

- T.F. Torrance bases most of his theology on the fact that the Word can’t be divorced from God’s act or being. Torrance also very forcefully rejects any system of theology or philosophy that purports to arrive at God based on study of nature. 436 more words


Deacons and Public Witness: Hints from Karl Barth

 Yesterday an article I wrote this summer on the diaconate was posted on Comment Magazine, a publication I have grown to love produced by the Hamilton-based think-tank, … 58 more words

Karl Barth

Review! Karl Barth and the Resurrection of the Flesh

Karl Barth and the Resurrection of the Flesh: The Loss of the Body in Participatory Eschatology

by Nathan Hitchcock

ISBN: 9780227174104

“[...] engaging [...] intelligent and important critique of Barth.” 18 more words