Holy Spirit · Justification · N. T. Wright · Society for Pentecostal Studies

N. T. Wright's Justification and the Cry of the Spirit

I finally finished my paper for the Society for Pentecostal Studies meeting in March on N. T. Wright’s view of justification.  If you are interested in reading it you can do so over on my Scribd page HERE or following the link through my “Writings” page (the footnotes are a bit goofy due to Scribd’s… Continue reading N. T. Wright's Justification and the Cry of the Spirit

Church Dogmatics · Dietrich Bonhoeffer · I Heart Barth · Karl Barth · N. T. Wright

I Heart Barth

As I mentioned earlier this week Hendrickson Publisher’s made Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics available for a steal of a price.  This has lead to theological geeks, er, students finally having access to Barth’s magnum opus.  Several of the students at Providence Seminary where I attend have been discussing this for some time and in a… Continue reading I Heart Barth

Jason Hood · Karl Barth · N. T. Wright · Rudolph Bultmann

Nursery Rhymes With Bultmann and Wright

I just received a humorous reading of “Humpty Dumpty by N. T. Wright” (thanks to Jason Hood) and he further had a link to Bultmann’s reading of “Mother Goose”.  These are a little too close to reality…see what you think.  Or perhaps I’ve just spent too much time reading theologians…and that’s why I think these… Continue reading Nursery Rhymes With Bultmann and Wright

Gordon Fee · John Piper · Justification · N. T. Wright · Society for Pentecostal Studies

N. T. Wright Paper Approved

Yesterday I finally was notified that one of my paper proposals for the Society for Pentecostal Studies for the upcoming 2011 meeting in Memphis has been approved!  That’s happy news indeed.  My proposal is (tentatively) titled: “N. T. Wright’s ‘Justification’ and the Cry of the Spirit”.  It is an interaction with Wright’s view of justification… Continue reading N. T. Wright Paper Approved

Genesis · Historicity · Myth · N. T. Wright

Myth and Meaning (That Won't Last?)

N.T.Wright has made a brief video over at Biologos where he discusses “myth” in relation to Genesis 1-3.  He (as many others I’ve read) suggest that “myth” is a perfectly acceptable term referring to something which is true even if not historical in the sense of a strictly historical account (he even says those who reject… Continue reading Myth and Meaning (That Won't Last?)