Adam teaches theology at Whitworth University, and is a graduate of the doctoral program here at Princeton Theological Seminary. A revised version of his dissertation was published relatively recently under the title, Participation in Christ: An Entry into Barth's "Church Dogmatics," which is exactly what it sounds like - an introduction to Barth presented through the lens of what he has to say about participation. It is an especially concise, well-written (and low-priced!) book that is well worth your time. I have featured it previously here at DET.
So, in short, I'm excited to have Adam as a guest author, and I commend to you his reflections on Calvin's humanity. Here is the index:
- Part 1: Introduction
- Part 2: Calvin in Popular Imagination
- Part 3: Calvin's Friends, preamble
- Part 4: Calvin's Friendship with William Farel
- Part 5: Calvin's Friendship with Martin Bucer
- Part 6: Conclusion