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Berkouwer and Barth on Universalism

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Barth has tried to affirm universal election without moving from there to universal salvation. There have been different reactions to his theology. 2,650 more words


What is worship?

Note: Adapted from Scot McKnight’s blog Jesus Creed, posted 6/7/07, 6/8/07, & 6/11/07:

Basing my reflections here on James B. Torrance, … 451 more words


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Brunner vs. Barth: The Natural Knowledge of God

It was the 1930s when Swiss theologian Emil Brunner published his little book entitled Natur und Gnade (Nature and Grace).  In this treatise, Brunner argues that in the theology of his “mentor” John Calvin (1) the… 282 more words


The 'letter' of the catholic tradition of the church versus the 'spirit'. Karl Barth and Thomas F. Torrance

I find it more than troubling when folks simply write Karl Barth off as ‘fringe’ relative to the historic orthodox Christian faith. And yet this is what someone like Fr. 1,965 more words

T. F. Torrance

MISSIO DEI & A Holistic Definition

The missio Dei is God’s mission to reintroduce himself and restore fellowship with his wayward offspring. – Whitesel

by Bob Whitesel D.Min. Ph.D., 2011. 651 more words


Responding Further to Bruce McCormack's Same-God Article and the Wheaton Controversy

I have great respect for Bruce McCormack, Charles Hodge Professor of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary; from him I have learned much over the years, in particular with reference to Karl Barth (who else?). 2,208 more words

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