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Torture is a Crime -- and a Moral Outrage

by George Hunsinger

U.S. torture is back in the news. Loopholes left behind by President Obama are about to be exploited by his successor. Consider the following items: 962 more words

Religion And Politics

Another Response to Kevin Vanhoozer: Reformed Theology, the Genus -- Evangelical Calvinism and Classical Calvinism, the Species

This is a second installment to a post where I offered some more response to Kevin Vanhoozer in regard to his chapter length critique of evangelical Calvinism—you can (and should) read that post… 2,849 more words

Evangelical Calvinism

A Response to R. Scott Clark's sharing of Richard Muller's Essay: What I Haven't Learned from Karl Barth

Over at R. Scott Clark’s Heidelblog, the guy who once called me a lazy provocateur (which I thought was sweet of him), he just recently posted a 1987 mini-essay written by Reformed historian, Richard Muller. 1,671 more words

T. F. Torrance

Reformulating the Reformed Faith after Karl Barth: An evangelical Calvinist Response

Bruce McCormack offers some very instructive words when it comes to defining Orthodoxy, and how that functions as a definer for Barth’s mode of theologizing as a Reformed Protestant Christian who inhabited the Modern period. 1,882 more words

Evangelical Calvinism

Mysterium Trinitatis: George Hunsinger on Barth's Trinitarian Dialecticism, and the Deus Incarnandus

Here is one more post from another old blog of mine from back in 2008. This one is also engaging with George Hunsinger, but this time with reference to uncle Karl rather than Torrance. 965 more words

Barth

George Hunsinger Clarifies the Doctrine of Vicarious Humanity in TF Torrance's Theology

Here is something I originally posted at another blog way back in December 2008. At this point I was still in the process of just cutting my teeth on Torrance’s theology, and grasping better how central the doctrine of the vicarious humanity of Christ (and the  760 more words

Evangelical Calvinism

Thomas Aquinas and Karl Barth on Divine Simplicity and Analogy [of Being] in Comparison

The following is the combination of two posts I wrote about a year ago, I was broaching the issue of analogy in regard to how human beings attempt to speak and know God. 2,648 more words

T. F. Torrance