Previously, I wrote about how the Scripture search tool in the Digital Karl Barth Library was broken. Thankfully, it appears to have been fixed (although it still has issues). This means I can search Barth's "Collected Edition" (Gesamtausgabe) if needed. However, I'm now having some issues with the copy of Barth's Church Dogmatics I purchased… Continue reading My Karl Barth Software Drama Continues: Inaccurate Page Numbers in Logos
I recently wrote about a problem I found in Alexander Street Press' Digital Karl Barth Library: the Scripture citation search function no longer worked! I'm happy to report that, though the DKBL is still far from user-friendly, the Bible search works again! Now we just need some angel investors and programmers to produce a user-friendly… Continue reading UPDATE: You can now search for Bible citations in the Digital Karl Barth Library again
As I slowly make progress on my dissertation (“Scriptural but Not Religious: Karl Barth, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and a Biblical Critique of Religion”), I’m longing for the day when: Karl Barth’s Gesamtausgabe (Collected Edition) is finished. They are translated into a critical English edition. They are available within the same database/framework as Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Works in…… Continue reading What’s gone wrong with the Digital Karl Barth Library?
Developed from How to Read a Book, by Mortimer J. Adler. BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATA: Author(s): Editor(s): Translator(s): Title and subtitle: Title and subtitle of any larger work that contains the source: Pages: Volume: Issue: Edition: URL and date accessed: Publisher: Place: Date: INTERPRETATION: Kind of Book (Practical or theoretical?): Subject Matter: Problems Attempted to Solve: Summary…… Continue reading Here’s the Template I Use to Take Notes on Books I Read
Tomorrow, I defend the proposal for my dissertation. For now, the dissertation is tentatively titled: “Scriptural, but Not Religious: Karl Barth, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and a Biblical Critique of Religion.” Here’s the “elevator pitch” for the dissertation. Feedback appreciated. Scriptural, but Not Religious: Barth, Bonhoeffer, and a Biblical Critique of Religion My project traces its origins…… Continue reading Here’s the Elevator Pitch for my Dissertation Proposal: “Scriptural, but Not Religious”
(Note: Read more about my work on Barth, Bonhoeffer, and the Bible here.) Christian theologians Karl Barth (1886-1968) and Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945) inherited a particular understanding of religion. In the broadly post-Kantian milieu, nineteenth-century thinkers such as Friedrich Schleiermacher, Albrecht Ritschl, and Adolf von Harnack defined religion essentially, anthropologically, and subjectively. That is, religion has…… Continue reading To Be or Not To Be Religious: A Clarification of Karl Barth’s and Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Divergence and Convergence Regarding Religion
ABROMEIT, Hans-Jürgen. Das Geheimnis Christi: Dietrich Bonhoeffers erfahrungsbezogene Christologie. Neukirchener Beiträge zur systemaschen Theologie 8. Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1991. BEINTKER, Michael. “Kontingenz und Gegenständlichkeit: Zu Bonhoeffers Barth-Kritik in ‘Akt und Sein.’” In Krisis und Gnade: Gesammelte Studien zu Karl Barth, edited by Stefan Holtmann and Peter Zocher, 29–54. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2013. BENKTSON, Benkt-Erik. Christus…… Continue reading 30 Works on Karl Barth & Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Are There Others?
(Note: Read more about my work on Barth, Bonhoeffer, and the Bible here.) This semester — my final one at Beeson Divinity School — I’m doing a directed study with Piotr Malysz on the topic of “Religion” in Karl Barth and Dietrich Bonhoeffer. The impetus for this study was a discussion question in Dr. Malysz’s…… Continue reading Barth, Bonhoeffer, & The Theological Critique of Religion: My Reading List This Fall