Category Archives: Karl Barth

Preaching as a sacrament.

I was supposed to do a bit of travelling today, but the recent fall of snow has put a stop to the idea. So, instead I have settled down to continue my longterm theological project of reading Karl Barth’s Church … Continue reading

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Reading for the year 2013

For the last couple of years I have used a website as a means of keeping track of what I read and what others who I am linked to read. It has been really worthwhile as a tool to … Continue reading

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