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

Acts · Holy Spirit · Interpretation · Jesus Christ · Lesslie Newbigin · Rudolph Bultmann · Scripture

Forever Listening to the Spirit

I recently read something by Lesslie Newbigin (that great missionary statesman of the twentieth century) that struck a chord with me.  He wrote the following concerning the Jerusalem congregation’s recognition of the validity of the Gentile mission that Peter had just returned from (Acts 10-11): “They were silenced because they had to recognize something new.… Continue reading Forever Listening to the Spirit