Bruce McCormack’s 2011 Kantzer Lectures now available

Back in September, I posted on Bruce McCormack‘s 2011 Kantzer Lectures on the theme ‘The God who Graciously Elects’. I tried watching these at the time via the livestream, but the stream itself, or something at my end of it, was really quite inadequate. That said, what I did hear of the lectures was, as expected, fantastic. I’m pleased to announce that the lectures are now available for MP3 download:

Lecture One: Tuesday, September 27 |
“Is the Reformation Over? Reflections on the Place of the Doctrine of God in Evangelical Theology Today”.

Lecture Two:  Wednesday, September 28 | 
“From the One God to the Trinity: The Creation of the Orthodox
Understanding of God”.

Lecture Three: Wednesday, September 28 |
“The Great Reversal: From the Economy of God to the Trinity in
Modern Theology”

Lecture Four: Thursday, September 29 | 
“The God Who Reveals Himself: The Mystery of the Trinity in the New
Testament”

Lecture Five: Monday, October 3 | 
“Which Christology?  Refining the Economic Basis of the Christian
Doctrine of God”.

Lecture Six: Monday, October 3 | 
“The Processions Contain the Missions: Reconstructing the Doctrine
of an Immanent Trinity”.

Lecture Seven: Tuesday, October 4 |
“The Being of God as Gift and Grace: On Freedom and Necessity, Aseity
and the Divine “Attributes”.

The lectures are also available to watch via Henry Centre Media.

 

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By the way, if you’re the praying kind – i.e., if you’re someone who tries to be human – please consider ascending a few breaths for the people of Christchurch who have just, about an hour ago, experienced another earthquake.

2 thoughts on “Bruce McCormack’s 2011 Kantzer Lectures now available

  1. Please send me Dr. Bruce McCorMack’s Lectures = Past Kantzer Lectures on ?? I forget the exact name but it is 7 lectures on the Grace and Being of God Day one, Day two, Day3, Day4, Day 5, Day 6, Day7.
    Your site says it can be DOWNLOADED IN MP3. THIS WOULD BE OF OF GREAT HELP. I HAD CALLED Dr. McCormack back a few months ago and gave me permission and sent me a attachment. I downloaded it and latter my computer died; so I BOUGHT A NEW ONE AND CANT GET MORE THAN DAY ONE. PLEASE HELP. IF YOU KNOW WHEN OR IF A BOOK IS TO BE PUBLISHED – I WANT A COPY.I have my Masters in Theology – then became dissabled so my work is to study and write a book worthy of a PhD in Theology. God seems to be leading me in the direction of combing Patristics and Modern Contemporary with my grounding in Calvin & Luther, & Bath= since 1990 = thats how long I have been reading everyone. Remember, I do have the formal Theological training and Degree. I went to about 5 Seminaries and Universities – all different but ALL CHRISTIAN. I KNOW OF NO ONE LIKE ME. MY BS IS IN CHEMISTRY/PHYSICS YET THAT IS ONLY GOING TO BE ONE SECTION. MY MAIN WORK I HOPE WILL BE ON THE TRINITY AND THE NATURE OF GOD.
    I NEED HELP IN WHAT TO FOCUS ON AND IN WHAT ORDER AS I HAVE BEEN BUYING MY BOOKS FOR THE LAST 18 YEARS. LATELY I HAVE FOCUSED ON MANY NEW BOOKS FROM NEW PhD Dissertations from directors like Dr. McCormack. Then I have had to beef up Aquinas and Origen, Augustin, Ayres, Levering, Barron, Rogers, Hutter, COMPARING BARTH TO AQUINAS AND EXSTRAPULATING BARTH VIEW OF SPIRIT. I HAVE A WEAKNESS FOR ROMAN CATHOLIC THEOLOGY AND RAHNER – KIND OF LIKE TILLICH. TH
    AT BRINGS UP ALL THE PHILOSOPHY I HAVE AREAS OF WEAKNESS – BUT I KNEW THIS WAS GOING TO BE HERE. MAYBE YOU CAN FORWARD THIS BRIEF NOTE TO TRINITY’S THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT FOR THE PhD Department for an official ( I will use propper chanels if I can find an interested PhD Advisor. Your school has very good group of Theologians – please copy all of them. and remember my request for McCormack’s mp3 on the 7 day lecture of past Kantzer Lectures.

    thank you and Merry Christmas,
    Robert Burton
    2601 S. Grand Cayon Dr. Apt. 2009
    Las Vegas, NV 89117
    rpkburton@aol.com – I do not have a PRINTER
    702.677.2042

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