New Center for Barth Studies Book Review

Collin R. Cornell – blogger, fairly regular guest-writer for DET, and doctoral student in Old Testament at Emory – has written a review of David F. Ford’s Barth and God’s Story: Biblical Narrative and the Theological Method of Karl Barth in the Church Dogmatics (Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2008 [reprint]). Collin’s review is well worth the read, so surf on over and see what it’s all about.

Also, Princeton Theological Seminary’s library now has a Facebook page. In addition to being one of the premier theological libraries in the world, the PTS library also houses the Center for Barth Studies and its collection. So be sure to head over and “like” their new page so you can stay plugged in with what they’re up to.



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