James Cone in 5 Minutes

No one can learn James Cone in five minutes, of course. But here I aim to introduce you to what I think are a few of the central ideas in his theology. My book on Cone: https://amzn.to/3sMOgme​

How to Read Schleiermacher

Here I discuss how to read Friedrich D. E. Schleiermacher, including my suggestions for reading his great dogmatics, “Christian Faith.” I also discuss the secondary literature on him. Books by Schleiermacher: Christian Faith On the Glaubenslehre Servant of the Word […]

Schleiermacher in 5 Minutes

No one can learn Friedrich D. E. Schleiermacher in five minutes, of course. But here I aim to introduce you to what I think are a few of the central ideas in his theology. My book on Schleiermacher

How to Read Jürgen Moltmann

Here I discuss how to read Jürgen Moltmann. Overall, he is quite readable on his own, but I suggest which books to begin with, as well as some of the secondary literature available. Books by Moltmann: The Way of Jesus […]

Jürgen Moltmann in 5 Minutes

No one can learn Jürgen Moltmann in five minutes, of course. But here I aim to introduce you to what I think are a few of the central ideas in his theology. My book on Moltmann

How to Read T. F. Torrance

Here I discuss how to read T. F. Torrance, including the secondary literature on his theology. Books by Torrance: The Mediation of Christ Preaching Christ Today The Christian Doctrine of God The Trinitarian Faith Incarnation Atonement Reality and Scientific Theology […]

T. F. Torrance in 5 Minutes

No one can learn T. F. Torrance in five minutes, of course. But here I aim to introduce you to what I think are a few of the central ideas in his theology. My book on Torrance: https://amzn.to/3c2KvT7​

How to Read Karl Barth

Here I discuss how I recommend reading Karl Barth, including a guide to his “Church Dogmatics,” and a brief look at some of the secondary literature on him. Books by Barth: Dogmatics in Outline Evangelical Theology: An Introduction Church Dogmatics […]

Karl Barth in 5 Minutes

 No one can learn Karl Barth in five minutes, of course. But here I aim to introduce you to what I think are a few of the central ideas in his theology.