I wanted to briefly highlight something in the theology of Karl Barth offered up by some commentary provided by Tom Greggs. Barth believed individual people had particularity, that they weren’t objectified and swallowed up in the mass (so to speak) of an ostensibly metaphysical humanity; i.e. 509 more words
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John Dickson: Hugh "...Mackay's godly-but-godless-ethic is really just a relic of the Judeo-Christian culture in which he, like most of us, was raised."
It’s blindingly foolish to claim that Yahweh, the God of the Old Testament, and Jesus are different.
For anyone who missed the easily understood story: Jesus is Yahweh, the God of the Old Testament. 1,441 more words
Introduction to Global Art & the Church
Take away the Christian faith and one wonders what would be left artistically, architecturally – in almost any concrete area there would be an almost Pascal-sized abyss where once there were richness almost beyond measure. 1,854 more words