Since the 1980’s, there has been a rich tradition of annual international Karl-Barth-Tagungen (Karl Barth Conferences) in the Netherlands. At … Continue reading CFP: Barth’s theological exegesis 38th International Barth Conference in The Netherlands
In the last several decades, theological anthropology has witnessed a Christocentric turn. Whether it was Ray Anderson’s claim that “only … Continue reading Book Note: Embodied Souls, Ensouled Bodies
For the past five years Biola’s Center for Christian thought has been holding conferences which have addressed various big questions, … Continue reading The Meaning of Love – A Conference Review
Saturday’s first plenary was delivered by George Hunsinger. He is the McCord Professor of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. … Continue reading Agape and the Long Defeat – George Hunsinger
Last week in our Trinity Seminar George Hunsinger led a discussion about Church Dogmatics 1.1 Sections 8-12. Here are some … Continue reading George Hunsinger’s Lecture on Barth & the Trinity
Today George Hunsinger will be presenting at our Trinity Seminar – and I’m assuming he is going to talk quite … Continue reading George Hunsinger and Reading Barth with Charity
In his new book Reading Barth With Charity, George Hunsinger gives us a rather succinct summary of the Trinity-Election debate … Continue reading Trinity/Election and the Doctrine of Antecedence
Remember, this was the outcome of the Easter story, the history of Jesus Christ, just as death as the wages … Continue reading Death… But Life!
It’s a sort of tricky question. How does Barth understand Penal Substitution? I was once told that Barth definitely saw … Continue reading Does Karl Barth Hold to a Version of Penal Substitution?
The god of the philosophers. A lot of people have beef with this “god.” With good reason too – God … Continue reading Karl Barth’s Letter to Diognetus