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Barth on Revelation and History

Here is a bit more of a technical theological discussion. You are forewarned!

In a post from last year, “Barth chastises the early Barth,” I briefly discuss and provide an excerpt from… 772 more words

Karl Barth

Five Questions with Anthony Thiselton

The rules of our Five Questions interview series are simple: we send authors a long list of questions. Some are serious, some are . . . 1,113 more words

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The Church and the World: Early 20th Century Responses to Liberalism

I am enjoying and learning a lot from ITunes University theological seminary series: first Carl Trueman’s (Westminster Theological Seminary) Reformation History series, and now… 731 more words

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Douglas Campbell and Douglas Moo debate Justification

Yesterday, the Henry Center at TEDS posted a debate between Douglas Campbell (Duke Divinity School) and Douglas Moo (Wheaton College) on Paul’s doctrine of justification. This debate will garner wide interest. 206 more words


Moltmann and the Annihilation of Hell

Jurgen Moltmann in his foreward of Nicholas Ansell’s The Annihilation of Hell – Universal Salvation and the Redemption of Time in the Eschatology of Jurgen Moltmann: 750 more words


The Church in the Image of Christ :a book review

Karl Barth is the giant of 20th Century theology. He is credited with stemming the tide of theological liberalism and recovering a Christological and theological hermeneutic. 1,565 more words


Theology is really dialogue with God.

Instead of thinking about theology as an analytical science such as philosophical inquiry represents I think it would be much better if we started with the… 982 more words

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