Exiled Preacher interviews the editor of a new collection of essays. This is a good interview about, what appears to be, a good collection of essays.
Shane gets us started.
This is a really interesting piece by Erskine College prof. William B. Evans at Ref21. Barth’s dialectical method makes him inherently difficult. He can always be quoted on two sides of an issue. I also agree with Evans that, in the end, . . . Continue reading →
This has been out for a while in the UK, but there’s an American version now published by T & T Clark (New York). This is a valuable work. It’s available from the Bookstore at WSC now. It’s a little expensive but . . . Continue reading →
Unlike many older Calvin scholars, then, I would not try to understand Calvin in terms of a single thesis in the Institutes such as the glory of God, predestination, providence, or meditating on the future life, then using this as a master . . . Continue reading →
Ever since Karl Barth began around 1940 to oppose the justifiability of infant baptism, the controversy has continued unabated. Even though it cannot be said that Barth’s criticism exerted great influence, his considerations nevertheless gave rise to new reflection and a tremendous . . . Continue reading →