Christianity in America, in the West, and pretty much everywhere, at one point or another, and in one period of … Continue reading Cultural Christianity’s Shielding Itself From Its Source: Søren Kierkegaard’s Critique of Soft Cultural Christianity
Katherine Sonderegger identifies Karl Rahner and Karl Barth, respectively, as the seminal heads who initiated what has been called the … Continue reading The “Trinitarian Revival,” and Does Jesus Come After or Before the Oneness of God?
I just recently had a discussion with someone I know, a pastor, who took pride in the fact that I … Continue reading Reading the Bible For All Its Worth: Protestants and sola Scriptura Against Wooden-Literalist Bible Reading Habits
Sin, the word, has almost become cliché these days; we almost, even in the church, in many ways, think of … Continue reading The Personal and Positive Reality of Sin, and How that Impacts Our Walks with Jesus
Here at the blog I haven’t been short on pointing out Karl Barth’s disdain for natural theology and the analogia … Continue reading The ‘Blade and the Flint’, Human Suffering and the Knowledge of God: How Barth Affirmed Philosophy
John Webster, obviously, very much so appreciates Karl Barth, and in fact, he appreciates Barth’s idea on Scripture as “prophetic … Continue reading John Webster Constructively Critiques Karl Barth’s Bible
As we all know by now Karl Barth was not a proponent of natural theology, or the analogia entis (‘analogy … Continue reading ‘Parables’ and the ‘Analogy of Faith’ in the Theology of Barth’s Romans II
I was going to write a post after I got some shut eye quoting the exact quote I quote in … Continue reading Theology is Really Dialogue with God. What Does It Mean to be Dialectical in Our Thought?
I briefly changed the name of my blog to Other Reformed Theology, but I’ve decided to go back to the original … Continue reading Back to The Evangelical Calvinist
There has certainly been a resurgence of Reformed theology in the last ten to fifteen years or so; one notable, … Continue reading Understanding and Critiquing Paleo-Covenant Theology: Do Contemporary Covenant Theologians Genuinely Represent Old School Federal Theology?