Monthly Archives: June 2015

Karl Barth and the Gospels: The 2015 Annual Karl Barth Conference

By Deane The 2015 Annual Karl Barth Conference took place on June 21-24, 2015 at Princeton Theological Seminary. Participants discuss the reception history of the Gospels in the theological speculations of Karl Barth, and contribute to the further reception history of theological interpretation of the Gospels.
Sunday, June 21
Opening Lecture, Jürgen Moltmann—“Predestination: …read more

Karl Barth and the Gospels: The 2015 Annual Karl Barth Conference

By Deane The 2015 Annual Karl Barth Conference took place on June 21-24, 2015 at Princeton Theological Seminary. Participants discuss the reception history of the Gospels in the theological speculations of Karl Barth, and contribute to the further reception history of theological interpretation of the Gospels.
Sunday, June 21
Opening Lecture, Jürgen Moltmann—“Predestination: …read more

Karl Barth and the Gospels: The 2015 Annual Karl Barth Conference

By Deane The 2015 Annual Karl Barth Conference took place on June 21-24, 2015 at Princeton Theological Seminary. Participants discuss the reception history of the Gospels in the theological speculations of Karl Barth, and contribute to the further reception history of theological interpretation of the Gospels.
Sunday, June 21
Opening Lecture, Jürgen Moltmann—“Predestination: …read more

Pun-al Substitution

By James F. McGrath Andrew Perriman blogged about the interaction between myself and Michael Bird about the penal substitution theory of the atonement. His reckoning suggests that the biggest difference between conservatives and liberals/progressives might be the willingness of the latter to make puns and other jokes about “penile substitution.”He may or may not …read more

Elaine Pagels on The Influence of the Book of Revelation on Modern Conceptions of Evil

By Daniel N. Gullotta Originally posted on Biblical Studies Online:Professor Elaine Pagels (Princeton University) delivered a talk on April 11, 2014, at the Facing History and Ourselves’ Day of Learning, “Confronting Evil in Individuals and Societies”. Pagels explains that many interpretations of evil throughout history are inspired by the Book of Revelation, and she …read more

Expository Times 126/10

By Danny Zacharias The Expository TimesJuly 2015; Vol. 126, No. 10http://ext.sagepub.com/content/126/10?etoc—————————————————————–Articles—————————————————————– Church-State Relations: Dilemmas of Human Freedom and Coercion Cyril Hovorun The Expository Times 2015; 126:469-474 doi:10.1177/0014524615571485 http://ext.sagepub.com/content/126/10/469?etoc Promoting Ancestry as Ecodomy in Romanian Eastern Orthodox Christianity. The Role of Ancestors in Contemporary Romanian Orthodox Rhetoric Corneliu C. Simu? and Johan …read more

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