Having closed out the Reading Barth Together series with Stanley on Karl Barth’s Dogmatics in Outline, all five sessions are posted on my YouTube channel for your viewing pleasure. Since those went so well, Stanley and I have decided that we’ll be Reading More Barth Together, starting July 14th.
In 1960, the American church got its first look at three of Karl Barth’s extraordinary essays in The Humanity of God. The essays challenged many theologians’ prejudices about Barth’s thought and raised questions for Christian theology with which we wrestle today. We’ll do three conversations about Karl Barth and what his theology means for the church today based on The Humanity of God. Stanley and I will talk about the day’s essay for the first 40-50 minutes and then field questions for the remainder of the time.
Join us live 10-11am EST on the last three Tuesdays in July.
The webinars will be free and first-come, first-served for the first 500 participants. Participants will be able to submit questions throughout, and Stanley and I will respond to y’all’s favorites. Each session will be recorded and posted afterwards on my YouTube channel.
Our schedule will be:
July 14: Evangelical Theology in the 19th Century
July 21: The Humanity of God
July 28: The Gift of Freedom
This is the Zoom link:
Webinar ID: 976 7223 6970
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