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EXCERPT — “Reading Karl Barth: Theology That Cuts Both Ways”

Reading Karl Barth provides a cluster of major themes and signposts by which to orient one’s reading of Barth’s theology. It assists readers in (a) recognizing and understanding what Barth…

THE GRIND — Cody Bivins-Starr: On Considering Madness Theologically, Picking a PhD Supervisor, and Researching for a Dissertation

The Grind is a series of interviews with young scholars and PhD students on the many ways of “making a way” in the theological academy, and all the trials and…

THE THEOLOGIST — R. Alan Streett on Writing and Publishing

The Theologist is your guide to all things writing and publishing in the fields of theology and biblical studies, from finding inspiration for your work to reading the best literature…

LUMINARIES — John Behr: The Gospel of John, Irenaeus and Origen, and the Mystery of Life in Death

The Luminaries series is a collection of interviews with premier thinkers working in the theological academy and the church. In this Luminaries interview, I talk with Fr. John Behr, the…

EXCERPT — “By Way of Obstacles: A Pathway through a Work” by Emmanuel Falque

In By Way of Obstacles, Emmanuel Falque revisits the major themes of his work—finitude, the body, and the call for philosophers and theologians to “cross the Rubicon” by entering into…

BOOK SERIES SPOTLIGHT — Matrix: The Bible in Mediterranean Context: An Interview with K. C. Hanson and Douglas E. Oakman

Book series spotlights provide a closer look at one of our many series via an interview with series editors and/or authors. In this inaugural book series spotlight, we sit down…

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