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