November 30, 2020Virtual Meeting via AAR/SBL Registration 4:00 – 5:30 PM (EST) Analyzing Doctrine Book Panel Last year marks the ten-year anniversary of the publication of Michael Rea and Oliver Crisp’s book, Analytic Theology: New Essays in the Philosophy of Theology. While, arguably, analytic theology had been done prior to this book, this edited volume gaveContinue reading “Analyzing Doctrine Book Panel”
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Jonathan Edwards on the Atonement (Review)
It is well known that some of Edward’s followers, sometimes known as the New Divinity, advocated for a view of atonement known as the “governmental theory” or according to Oliver Crisp, penal non-substitution. This view (in its orthodox form) was first proposed by Hugo Grotius. He suggested that Christ acted as a penal example, demonstratingContinue reading “Jonathan Edwards on the Atonement (Review)”
(Review) Flesh and Blood: A Dogmatic Sketch Concerning the Fallen Nature View of Christ’s Human Nature
Christ has a fallen human nature. That is the claim that Daniel Cameron, adjunct instructor at Trinity Christian College wants to defend in his short book titled: Flesh and Blood: A Dogmatic Sketch Concerning the Fallen Nature View of Christ’s Human Nature. According to many Christians, that statement is not only wrong, but it seemsContinue reading “(Review) Flesh and Blood: A Dogmatic Sketch Concerning the Fallen Nature View of Christ’s Human Nature”
Is Analytic Theology REALLY Systematic Theology?
Last week Oliver Crisp kicked off the 2016 Analytic Theology Seminar Series at Fuller Seminary. He gave a wonderfully precise and clear lecture on the relationship between Analytic Theology and Systematic Theology. Basically he answered the question: Is analytic theology really systematic theology or is it really just ersatz theology? The way that Crisp approachedContinue reading “Is Analytic Theology REALLY Systematic Theology?”
Analytic Theology Seminars at Fuller Seminary Start Today!
See the message below from Allison Wiltshire Hello! I would like to invite you to join us at Fuller Seminary for a weekly series of talks on human and divine love as part of the Analytic Theology for Theological Formation project. Our team would be thrilled for you to attend any or all ofContinue reading “Analytic Theology Seminars at Fuller Seminary Start Today!”
When We Think About God
“When we’re talking about God we can’t afford to be sloppy.” As you probably know I am studying in a new field that seeks to revive an ancient form of theological reflection: analytic theology. This discipline that combines the rigor of philosophy with the wonder of theology, I work with Dr. Oliver Crisp, professor ofContinue reading “When We Think About God”
How I Changed My Mind About Evolution
No, this is not a blog about how I changed my mind about evolution, however it is a blog about a book containing essays from many well known and well respected evangelicals about how they changed their mind about evolution. This book, edited by Kathryn Applegate and J.B. Stump contains a numerous amount of essaysContinue reading “How I Changed My Mind About Evolution”
Analytic Theology in Pastoral Ministry
Last week a group of pastors from across denominations gathered at Fuller Seminary to explore the prospects of analytic theology for pastoral ministry. For many of the pastors there, this was their first exposure to analytic theology; so there was a lot of discussion on what exactly analytic theology is. The colloquium on analytic theologyContinue reading “Analytic Theology in Pastoral Ministry”
An Invitation to Analytic Christian Theology
Analytic theology is one of the cool, sexy hip things happening. – Michael Bird Summary What is analytic theology? I’ve written quite a bit about that question on this blog before. And honestly, a lot of people have throw in their two cents regarding this question. But what we have in Thomas McCall’s An InvitationContinue reading “An Invitation to Analytic Christian Theology”
Mike Bird on Analytic Theology & Oliver Crisp
Tom McCall’s Book gets some solveand Oliver Crisp gets cast as the next James Bond.