My sermon series on 1 John

I recently finished preaching on 1 John. Click the links below to find them. Holy Communion on 1 John 1:1-4 Integrity on 1 John 1:5-2:2 The Old and New Commandment on 1 John 2 Who are You? on 1 John 3:1-3 Trust and Obey on 1 John 3:4-24 In the … Continue reading My sermon series on 1 John

Karl Barth’s Advice to Karl Barth

When Barth received his author's copy of the Epistle to the Roman's, 2nd edition, from the publishers, he wrote a note to himself on the fly-leaf as if he was presenting it to someone else, signing it "From Karl Barth to his dear friend Karl Barth". The note to himself included the following quote from … Continue reading Karl Barth’s Advice to Karl Barth

Karl Barth on Just War in the Nuclear Age

The following question was put to Professor Barth: ‘The statements in your Church Dogmatics, Volume III, Part Four, pp. 460 ff., are gladly quoted by many who approve of the political path being followed by the German Federal Government to the point of calling for nuclear rearmament and willingness to accept nuclear warfare. Do you … Continue reading Karl Barth on Just War in the Nuclear Age

Barth, Mozart, and Recapitulation

Anyone who knows me knows that I am a great fan of Professor George Hunsinger. One of the highlights of my life was for him to agree to an interview for this website. You can find the interview by clicking this link: I'm also a student of music, having studied up to 8th Grade … Continue reading Barth, Mozart, and Recapitulation

Karl Barth dla Opornych!

Apparently, there are no Karl Barth resources in Polish. Well, now there is one, with the help of my friend Max Cyganek. Zasłużone Cytat Dopóki łaska nie znajdzie wyrazu w życiu, nie jest łaską. Śmiech jest najbardziej zbliżoną rzeczą do Bożej łaski. Złożenie rąk w modlitwie jest początkiem powstania przeciwko nieładowi tego świata. Modlitwa bez … Continue reading Karl Barth dla Opornych!

A Short (and Overdue) Review of Jürgen Moltmann in Plain English

Wow. Just. Wow. Disclaimer - I'm a friend of the author, Stephen D. Morrison, well, not a real friend, but a Facebook friend. I've never met him, but he's not imaginary. And I have received a free copy of his book to write this review, so you'd think I'd write him a good one just … Continue reading A Short (and Overdue) Review of Jürgen Moltmann in Plain English