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My Top 5 Books of 2019

I read a lot of books in 2019. Here are my top 5. Featured Books:  Balmer, Evangelicalism in America Heschel, The Insecurity of Freedom: Essays on Human Existence Hunsinger, Karl B...

Women of the Reformation

You're bored of hearing about the men of the Reformation. Get the scoop on some of the key Reformation women!Click here to access written and video versions of this content.  =====...

Continuing our dive into Karl Barth's first attempt at writing a dogmatics, this episode tackles the first section: The Word of God as the Problem of Dogmatics. He discusses what i...

Travel with me back to the early 1920s and Karl Barth's first attempt at writing a dogmatics. Launched while teaching at the University of Göttingen, this was the genesis of the ma...

Dr. W. Travis McMaken and Rev. Dr. Nichole Torbitzky (both of the Lindenwood University Philosophy & Religion program) discuss Colin Gunton's book on Karl Barth and Charles Har...

This is an excerpt from an essay by Helmut Gollwitzer about Karl Barth and socialism. Available in video format. ==========================I write books! Check them out here. I run...

This is the third in a three-part series that I have done on How I Read John Calvin. Truth in advertising: Karl Barth makes an appearance (yes, again), but so does Francis Turretin...

My Top 5 books of 2018

I read a lot of books in 2018. Here are my top 5. The original tweet: https://twitter.com/WTravisMcMaken/status/1079844334571347970 Also on Youtube: https://youtu.be/JnJypQXwqEc  F...

For this recording, David Congdon and I sat down (metaphorically) with Juan Torres for a wide-ranging interview about Dialectical Theology, universalism, religion and politics, and...

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