Toward a Modest and Messy Manifesto for Pastors: a draft over at Per Crucem ad Lucem
This review is good for the summary but the reviewer’s critique doesn’t make much sense to me. Barth self-identified with the Reformed tradition and it is mostly the Reformed (or those who stand downstream from it) who engage with Barth so I don’t know why the reviewer would expect people in the Wesleyan tradition to engage Barth. Also, rule number one of book reviewing is to review the book that was written, not the book you wish were written. I think this comment falls under that rule.
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