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"I believe in God the Father Almighty"

Karl Barth reflects on the importance of the preposition in the Apostles’ Creed: 98 more words


Justification by Faith and the Theologian in History

For all the revolutionary claims made about his program, Karl Barth was a historically-minded dogmatician. In section after section of small print paragraphs, Barth will frequently canvas sources from a broad swathe of church history, from the Fathers, through the Medievals, Reformers, down on into the present of his contemporary interlocutors. 1,653 more words


Roman Catholicism and the Need for Deep Reformation

Yesterday, Chris Castaldo and Gregg Allison posted an excellent article on the Gospel Coalition website entitled ‘The Pope Offers Mercy – Protestants Won’t Be Indulged… 2,364 more words

Protestant Theology

A Theology of Grace in Six Controversies

A Theology of Grace in Six Controversies
By Edward T. Oakes
Eerdmans Publishing Company – £18.99/$28.00

As Maurice Blondel (1861 – 1949) once said: Every doctrine which does not reach the one thing necessary, every separated philosophy, will remain deceived by false appearances. 730 more words


MISSIONAL & A Holistic Definition of Missio Dei According to Its Origin

“An Abbreviated Introduction to the Concept of Missio Dei” by Greg McKinzie, Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis, Aug. 2010, pp. 10-11. 519 more words


The Doctrine of Re-creation or Resurrection in Christ as the Foundation for Everything in the Theologies of Barth and Torrance

I thought I would quickly share this from Dawson as well; on Barth’s doctrine of resurrection. For some reason I love this concept, it’s probably because it is so distinct from the usual ways I have thought of resurrection. 853 more words

Evangelical Calvinism