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Classroom Records: From Uniontown to Olivette

Yesterday, I was searching for a story to write for today and thought I had found one.  Then I received a message from one of our guest bloggers, Clayton Erdmann, who asked if he could do a story for today.  1,294 more words

Moltmann on Distinguishing between Liberal and Political Theology

I just read this today. It’s helpful for clarifying some of the key differences Moltmann sees between himself and his contemporaries:

Political theology is not the same as ‘progressive’ theology, whether this be liberal Protestant theology or modernist Catholic theology. 258 more words


From Tragedy to Ministry

We are having a very busy weekend here at the Lutheran Heritage Center & Museum, so I put out a call for help.  Clayton Erdmann has answered that call, stepped up to the plate, and submitted a blog post for us to use today.  819 more words

Lutero, R. C. Sproul e Tota Scriptura

Escrevi, há pouco tempo, e já revisei várias vezes, inclusive no título, um artigo acerca da atitude de Lutero acerca da Bíblia, que tem o título, atualmente, de “Lutero e a Bíblia: … 2,557 more words

Reforma Luterana

#QOTD: C. Kavin Rowe on Bultmann the Historian

Much in the (Bultmann’s) Theology, therefore, that has passed as rigorous historical work should instead be redescribed by another genre, indeed, by one of Bultmann’s own favorites: “tales about the life of the early church.”

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Faith as Eschatological Address: Jenson on Bultmann on faith

In his review of Robert Jenson’s Systematic Theology, David Bentley Hart writes:

So, speaking for myself, I wish to say only that I find it impossible to have done with Jenson’s work, or to cease returning to it as a challenge to refine and clarify my own understanding of the gospel….

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Moltmann's Dependence on Georg Picht

I am currently looking at the role Georg Picht plays in the development of Moltmann’s theology. The most important aspect is Moltmann’s concept “the epiphany of the eternal present/presence of being” (die Epiphanie der ewigen Gegenwart des Seins), which is taken from Picht. 494 more words