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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


From Tragedy Comes Blessing

January 11th was both a day of joy and a day of grief in the Telle and Bultmann families from Uniontown, Missouri.  First, this date was the birthday of Martha Telle in 1862.  384 more words

Transfiguration at the Table

Eucharistic Re-Enchantment of the World.

There’s a problem with ‘Memorialism’ (the idea that the sacraments are merely symbols) championed by Zwingli. This concept pervades modern Christianity, not just in Eucharistic doctrine, but in the debilitating effect it has on our ability to interpret the world and our place in it. 664 more words