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
Here are some lecture notes from Kevin Vanhoozer’s plenary session at LATC 2017 A-Introduction – the discourse of dogmatics: … Continue reading LATC 2017: Can I Get a Witness? Analytics, Poetics, and the Mission of Dogmatics – Kevin Vanhoozer
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
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?
I have run into several people across the years who have been very adamant about the notion that as Christians … Continue reading Do We Worship the Holy Spirit?
In laying out Barth’s position on the Lord’s Supper we cannot properly speak of “Barth’s position” because Barth ended his … Continue reading Karl Barth on The Meaning of the Lord’s Supper
How does one go about doing theology? What sort of tools are needed? A bible, some books, a library, maybe … Continue reading “Only Two Things are Needed” – The Dogmatic Theology of Karl Barth
This is part four of “The Bible – The Word of God.” Today we will be looking at the the … Continue reading The Bible – The Word of God – Three Views: Part 4