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Karl Barth and NT Wright on Philippians 2.5-11, 'The Emptying'

Here is the pericope under consideration by both Karl Barth and N.T. Wright, respectively:

5 Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus, 6 who, being in the form of God, did not consider it robbery to be equal with God, 7 but made Himself of no reputation, taking the form of a bondservant, and coming in the likeness of men.  1,096 more words

Karl Barth

Can introverts be missional?

Our congregation has been wrestling with the concept of missionality – that we, as the church, engage with God in God’s mission to redeem and restore our lives and our world. 614 more words


Tom Wright, Peter Enns and the Meaning of the word 'Literal' in Biblical Studies

In this video Conversation, senior biblical fellow Peter Enns asks Rev. N.T. Wright to respond to a reader question about science and faith. Specifically, the reader asks, “If you take Genesis in a non-literal fashion especially the creation stories, why take anything in the Bible literally—such as the Gospels? 6 more words


10 Christian Books That Have Shaped My Thinking So Far

Seeing as I’m not getting any younger (try as I might), I’ve been reflecting on the last 10 years of my Christian walk, and wondering what books I will recommend to a younger Christian from my library. 1,204 more words

Nt Wright

Why fellowship is so important

One of the reasons (apart from holidays) that my posting has been slow over the summer has been that I’ve been preparing a talk for our church weekend away, on the subject of why fellowship is so important.  3,998 more words

Living In A Story

The Resurrection Changes Everything

As the drama of scripture unfolds the cross becomes the climatic event in God’s plan to redeem the creation. God created in order to share love with the creation. 765 more words