Review: After Method by Hanna Reichel

Book: After Method: Queer Grace, Conceptual Design, and the Possibility of Theology by Hanna Reichel Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press, 2023 Overview: Hanna Reichel’s thought-provoking new book engages both systematic and constructive theology (represented by Karl Barth and Marcella Althaus-Reid) in an enlightening conversation […]

Karl Barth in Plain… Spanish?!

Six years ago, I published Karl Barth in Plain English. It has been an incredible journey, and I am grateful to everyone who has supported my writing along the way! Today, I am excited to announce that my book is […]

Review: The Early Barth: Lectures and Shorter Works: Vol. 1, 1905-1909

Book: The Early Barth: Lectures and Shorter Works: Vol. 1, 1905-1909. Edited by Hans-Anton Drewes and Hinrich Stoevvesandt. Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press, 2022 Overview: This collection of early writings from Karl Barth’s student years offers a fascinating look into Barth’s development. As […]

REVIEW: Karl Barth’s Epistle to the Romans: Retrospect and Prospect

Book: Karl Barth’s Epistle to the Romans: Retrospect and Prospect. Edited by Christophe Chalamet, Andreas Dettwiler, and Sarah Steward-Kroeker. Publisher: De Gruyter, 2022. In the “Theologische Bibliothek Töpelmann” series edited by Bruce McCormack, Friederike Nüssel, and Christoph Schwöbel. Overview: One hundred years after its […]

REVIEW: Karl Barth: A Life in Conflict by Christiane Tietz

Book: Karl Barth: A Life in Conflict by Christiane Tietz Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2021. Overview: Tietz’s new biography of Karl Barth is a detailed and compelling portrait of a life in conflict. The book offers vital insight into the biographical setting […]