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  • Atsuyoshi Fujiwara. Theology of Culture in a Japanese Context: A Believer’s Church Perspective. Princeton Theological Monograph Series. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2012, xxii + 393 pp., £38.00/$48.00 paper. This book is a fine example of how diverse voices can improve the […]

    Review: Theology of Culture in a Japanese Context

    Atsuyoshi Fujiwara. Theology of Culture in a Japanese Context: A Believer’s Church Perspective. Princeton Theological Monograph Series. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2012, xxii + 393 pp., £38.00/$48.00 paper. This book is a fine example of how diverse voices can improve the […]

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  • Does popular music create overly-sentimental versions of biography for our imaginations, or does popular music enliven our imaginations to reconsider some of our conceptions about last things, especially issues concerning the construction process of life narratives? I am convinced that […]

    Popular Music and the Sentimentality of Memory

    Does popular music create overly-sentimental versions of biography for our imaginations, or does popular music enliven our imaginations to reconsider some of our conceptions about last things, especially issues concerning the construction process of life narratives? I am convinced that […]

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  • James Barr, Bible and Interpretation: The Collected Essays of James Barr, 3 vol., ed. John Barton. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013, 2,064 pp., £360.00/$690.00, cloth. Some might be wondering why a set of books on the Bible and Interpretation, a set […]

    Reviews: Bible and Interpretation, and The Blackwell Companion to Natural Theology

    James Barr, Bible and Interpretation: The Collected Essays of James Barr, 3 vol., ed. John Barton. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013, 2,064 pp., £360.00/$690.00, cloth. Some might be wondering why a set of books on the Bible and Interpretation, a set […]

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  • Natural theology may seem to have little to do with theology and the arts. Natural theology is primarily considered with reference to the use of “natural” reason in the formulation of philosophical arguments about the existence and nature of God […]

    New Directions in Natural Theology and the Arts

    Natural theology may seem to have little to do with theology and the arts. Natural theology is primarily considered with reference to the use of “natural” reason in the formulation of philosophical arguments about the existence and nature of God […]

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  • Karl Barth’s position, articulated in the first volume of the Church Dogmatics, that the doctrine of analogy (analogia entis) is the invention of the Antichrist served a definite purpose.  Though the immediate target was the natural theology of Catholic thought, […]

    Analogy, Sacramentality and the Place of Natural Theology

    Karl Barth’s position, articulated in the first volume of the Church Dogmatics, that the doctrine of analogy (analogia entis) is the invention of the Antichrist served a definite purpose.  Though the immediate target was the natural theology of Catholic thought, […]

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  • Attending St. Andrews, I found myself one of the few defenders of natural theology, surrounded by a chorus of (very polite) Barthian “Neins!” It was, of course, with great amusement when I discovered that the one chink in Barth’s dialectical […]

    Cultivating Ears to Hear Beauty’s Call

    Attending St. Andrews, I found myself one of the few defenders of natural theology, surrounded by a chorus of (very polite) Barthian “Neins!” It was, of course, with great amusement when I discovered that the one chink in Barth’s dialectical […]

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  • With the recent publication of The Oxford Handbook of Natural Theology,[1] it is fair to say that there is a renewed interest in natural theology, and not just in the realm of analytic philosophy.  In fact, only one of the […]

    Introducing: Symposium on Imaginative Natural Theology

    With the recent publication of The Oxford Handbook of Natural Theology,[1] it is fair to say that there is a renewed interest in natural theology, and not just in the realm of analytic philosophy.  In fact, only one of the […]

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