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Creation as Perfect Context through Limits (Genesis 1)

The Bible begins with a story of creation (Genesis 1:1-31). Karl Barth, greatest theologian of the 20th century, shares his insightful understanding of this passage with us in his… 687 more words

Eerdmans All Over: September 9, 2014

Welcome once again to Eerdmans All Over, a Friday roundup of all the Eerdmans-related news, reviews, interviews, and other interesting online content we can gather in a given week. 321 more words

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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


Hunsinger responds to Rose

In the “letters to the editor” portion of the latest issue of First Things (October 2014), George Hunsinger responds to Matthew Rose’s attempted take-down of Karl Barth in the June issue. 226 more words

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God's Eternal Self-Consciousness

With a snappy title like, “God’s Eternal Self-Consciousness,” you know this post is going to be good! An alternative title could have been, “The Aseity of a Personal God,” which is just as catchy! 971 more words

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Karl Barth on the 'Revelation' of Christ's 'self-abasement'.

Below is an excerpt of the thought of Karl Barth quoted by another author. He is here broaching the Incarnation and relationship between the God-man Jesus Christ and the Father mirroring their eternally held relationship. 213 more words