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Books, 2015 04 - 2015 06

C. 칼리슬, 키르케고르의 공포와 전율 입문
D. 번햄, M. 제싱호젠, 니체의 비극의 탄생 입문
조지 L. 모스, 전사자 숭배
칼 바르트, 칼 바르트 교의학 개요 15 more words


Sunday Quotes - Grace

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Grace means more than gifts. In grace something is transcended, once and for all overcome. Grace happens in spite of something; it happens in spite of separateness and alienation. 152 more words

Barth On Christology's 'Identity Problem'

The published revision of my dissertation is out now from Bloomsbury / T&T Clark, and I mean to remedy my lack of shameless online promotion between now and the spring 2016 release of the paperback edition.  910 more words


The World of Scripture

A beautiful meditation of Newman on Scripture that could’ve come straight from Augustine:

After all our diligence, to the end of our lives and to the end of the Church, must be an unexplored and unsubdued land, with heights and valleys, forests and streams, on the right and left of our path and close about us, full of concealed wonders and choice treasures (

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Bruce McCormack on 'The Passion of God Himself: the Cry of Dereliction in Barth’s Theology'

Bruce McCormack gave an outstanding lecture at this year’s Annual Karl Barth Conference. It was titled ‘The Passion of God Himself: the Cry of Dereliction in Barth’s Theology’. 9 more words


Jürgen Moltmann on Karl Barth's Predestination at Princeton

For Karl Barth the doctrine of election is the sum of the Gospel; he writes (in CD §32): ‘the doctrine of election is the sum of the Gospel because of all the words that can be said or heard it is the best: that… 578 more words

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The Quotable Barth

A quote I recently ran across from Karl Barth.

If…it is asked whether Christianity is really a book-religion, the answer is that strangely enough Christianity has always been and only been a living religion when it is not ashamed to be actually and seriously a book-religion… 80 more words