WTM, over at Der Evangelische Theologe, has recently anounced the Second Annual Karl Barth Blog Conference. Here’s the rundown:
The topic for the conference will be Eberhard Jüngel’s God’s Being is in Becoming: The Trinitarian Being of God in the Theology of Karl Barth. The projected schedule is as follows:
- Day 1 – “Introduction,” by WTM
- Day 2 – “The Passion of God: Some Questions for Jungel on Divine Suffering,” by Scott Jackson; Response by Matthew Bruce.
- Day 3 – “TBA,” TBA; Response by TBA. (Looks like Halden from Inhabitatio Dei will probably fill this spot.)
- Day 4 – “Minor Premise: Incipient Theological Ethics in God’s Being is in Becoming,” James Cubie; Reponse by Shane Wilkins.
- Day 5 – “God’s Objectivity: Revelation as Sacrament in Jüngel’s ‘God’s Being is in Becoming’” by Thomas Adams; Response by Chris TerryNelson.
- Day 6 – “Demythologizing the Divide between Barth and Bultmann: Jüngel’s Gottes Sein ist im Werden as an Attempt toward a Rapprochement between Karl and Rudolf,” by David Congdon; Response by TBA.
In addition, Steve Holmes has recently bloggified Bruce McCormack’s soon-to-be-infamous TFT lectures entitled, ‘The Humility of the Eternal Son: A Reformed Version of Kenotic Christology’. Check them out (1, 2, 3, 4, 5).
– Ben Myers on the proper relationship between biblical and systematic theology.
– Dan on Exploring Traumatic Countertransference.
– Halden on Grace as Interruption and Superadditum.
* Obligatory ESPN reference… check.