Musings: March 2018

In this month of serial snow storms, it's been challenging to get into an Easter frame of mind. So often, resurrection is paired with images of new birth and sprouting things, but then, I was reminded amidst all the shoveling, blizzard warnings, and cancellations that resurrection springs forth out of death and THE resurrection was a… Continue reading Musings: March 2018

The Life and Theology of Karl Barth

The Life and Theology of Karl Barth

It should come as no surprise when a brain that has been marinating for decades in North American evangelical culture has an immediate and visceral response to the names of  prominent historical Christians: C.S. Lewis:  Green light and heart emojis (but, remember, he did smoke . . .) Francis Schaeffer:  Amazing intellect, but too bad… Continue reading The Life and Theology of Karl Barth