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The Humanity of Jesus: Interview with J.R. Daniel Kirk

The Humanity of Jesus: Interview with J.R. Daniel Kirk   J. R. Daniel Kirk has recently published a book on the humanity of Jesus entitled, A Man Attested by God: The Human Jesus of the Synoptic Gospels. As of lately, many scholars have argued that the earliest Gospels (Synoptics) present a preexistent Jesus who performs his […]

Karl Barth: Theological sketches and biographies….

Karl Barth: Theological sketches and biographies…. This much is certain, that we have no theological right to set any sort of limits to the loving-kindness of God which has appeared in Jesus Christ. Our theological duty is to see and understand it as being still greater than we had seen before.” – Karl Barth My […]

The Beautiful Chaos

The Beautiful Chaos   From our birth until our final breath, we live between beauty and chaos. Life often throws us chaotic curve balls that take us off guard. As humans it’s our natural inclination to be shocked and afraid when we are pulled into the tide of chaos….. A few months ago I found […]

Book Review: The Next Christendom by Philip Jenkins

Book Review: The Next Christendom by Philip Jenkins   Philip Jenkins in The Next Christendom: The Coming of Global Christianity has written a unique book in the field of global Christian studies. More specifically, he is seeking to project the future of the Christian religion in light of  global realities and current religious trends. Jenkins […]

Words Are Living…

Words Are Living…     Words and language happen to be humanity’s attempt at making sense of the universe…. The power of words… You do not need to be a great reader, writer, or artist to use words – words are floating all around us and in us. Pause for a moment and see if […]

God Has The Blues

God Has The Blues   There’s a place I know where the train goes slow Where the sinner can be washed in the blood of the lamb There’s a river by the trestle down by sinner’s grove Down where the willow and the dogwood grow You can hear the whistle, you can hear the bell […]

Romans: Michael F. Bird

Romans: Michael F. Bird   Michael F. Bird is a brilliant and witty New Testament scholar. We had the opportunity to interview him briefly on his recently released Romans Commentary published by Zondervan . We would recommend buying this amazing book. For more on Michael F. Bird, see here. We would also encourage you to read his blog. […]

David W. Congdon Interview: Rudolf Bultmann’s Dialectical Theology

David W. Congdon Interview: Rudolf Bultmann’s Dialectical Theology   We had the honor and privilege of interviewing David W. Congdon on his latest book, The Mission of Demythologizing: Rudolf Bultmann’s Dialectical Theology published by Fortress Press. This massive volume (in my opinion) should be read by everyone who is theologizing (like exercising, only with your […]

Nostalgia, Memories, Sacred, Longing, Heaven

Nostalgia, Memories, Sacred, Longing, Heaven   “He who does not reflect his life back to God in gratitude does not know himself.” Albert Schweitzer Nostalgia Reaching for a picture, fingers gripping, I began dusting off the old photograph, pinching my lips together, I began to blow – dust particles float and suspend in the air, […]

A Letter From Uncle Screwball (Part 2)

A Letter From Uncle Screwball (Part 2)   Dear Gibbons, I’ve heard the report about how your patient’s doubts have subsided. He now seems to believe that the “church,” is almost universally perfect, historically that is. How I hate these people with a passion. I knew that you would lose focus, and allow our enemies to […]

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