Category Archives: Kant

Kant by Barth on What The Biblical Theologian Can and Can’t Do and What The Philosopher Can and Can’t Do

I thought it would be interesting to see how Karl Barth sketches Immanuel Kant’s understanding of the relationship between [biblical] theology and philosophy; you might be surprised. What is interesting to me is to see how closely Barth’s development of … Continue reading

Posted in Barth, Kant, Modern Theology

What Does the Practical Syllogism [assurance of salvation] Have to Do With Modern Theology’s Turn-to-the-Subject?

For people concerned about such things—I haven’t come across anyone who seems to be for a long time now, which normally I would think is a good thing, but I’m afraid that the reason why is not for a good … Continue reading

Posted in Assurance Of Salvation, Barth, Bruce McCormack, Friedrich Schleiermacher, John Calvin, Kant, Karl Barth, Stephen Strehle, T. F. Torrance, Theo-Anthropology, Theodore Beza, Thomas F. Torrance

The Critique I Should Have Written of Rachel Held Evans’ ‘Abraham and Isaac’

A couple of days ago I attempted to critique a blog post written by Rachel Held Evans, famous Christian blogger par excellence. In particular I was attempting to critique her seeming suggestions about how we ought to read the Old … Continue reading

Posted in American Evangelicalism, Biblical Interpretation, Biblical Studies, Ethics, Hermeneutics, Kant, Peter Enns, Rachel Held Evans | 30 Comments

What Did Lessing, Schleiermacher, and Kant do to the Bible and the Way we Interpret It?

How did we get to where we have gotten theologically exegetically in our current state, whether ‘Liberal’ or ‘evangelical’ in the modern-post/modern period? How has a ‘reasonable faith’ impeded upon a revealed faith such that either we must attempt to … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Interpretation, Biblical Studies, Biblical Theology, Hermeneutics, Kant, Lessing, Murray Rae, Schleiermacher