Archives For Gospels

 

A Deeper Exploration
 
A Feature Review of 
 

Reading the Gospels
with Karl Barth

Daniel Migliore, Ed.

Paperback: Eerdmans, 2017
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Reviewed by Allen Stanton
 
 
 
I grew up as an evangelical in a fairly conservative denomination. As I developed a theological imagination and began asking my own questions about my faith, I was often pointed in the direction of staunch neo-Calvinists. Their understanding of sin, election, free will, and justification left much for me to be desired. Each question I asked resulted in a reference to Paul. I could not make sense of Paul – he seemed angry, harsh, and judgmental. His theology, which was deemed conclusive, seemed lacking. Worst of all, I could not make sense of how Paul interacted with this person called Jesus. The way I was being taught to read Paul seemed so at odds with the revelation that comes from reading the Gospel of Luke or the Gospel of John. Finally, in frustration, I stopped reading scripture altogether.

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An excerpt from Scot McKnight’s excellent new book:

One.Life: Jesus Calls, We Follow.
Scot McKnight.
Paperback: Zondervan, 2011.
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Watch for our interview with Scot about this book,
which will appear in our next print issue, to be released in February.

 

37 Page Excerpt from
A THEOLOGY OF JOHN’S GOSPEL AND LETTERS.
by
Andreas Koestenberger.
Hardback: Doubleday, 2009.
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