Trinitarian Theology after Barth: a Review

Book: Trinitarian Theology after Barth (Princeton Theological Monograph) ed. by Myk Habets and Phillip Tolliday, with a foreword by John Webster (AMAZON LINK) Publisher: Pickwick Publications (an imprint of Wipf & Stock Publishers), included in the Princeton Theological Monograph Series #148 (PUBLISHER […]

God is Love in Himself (Karl Barth CD I/2)

Here’s a wonderful little quote from Karl Barth; enjoy! “We will now try to give the briefest possible outline of what the love of God is which is the real basis of our love to God, determining its character. One […]

God Corresponds to Himself (Jüngel and Barth)

If I ever succeed in writing a book that’s even half as theologically precise as Eberhard Jüngel’s God’s Being Is in Becoming, I will die a happy man. This book is an incredibly dense work of theology. With a precise eye for detail Jüngel […]

5 Great Quotes from CD I/1 (Karl Barth)

Yesterday I finished reading Karl Barth’s first book (volume I/1) in his magnum opus The Church Dogmatics. And as before, today I want to present a “summary” of this work in the form of five quotes taken from it. Though a summary is nearly […]