Yesterday I shared some audio from Princeton Theological Seminary from when professor Moltmann delivered his historic Warfield lectures in 1979 on the Trinity. A few years earlier (1976), he delivered a different series of lectures at PTS on a variety of topics that are also available for free download. I’ve started listening to the audio from both collections – the quality is very good, and it has been a delight to hear for the first time a much younger Moltmann (easily 30 years younger than in any other lecture I’ve heard). I’m finding these to be unusually engaging for academic theology lectures. He is witty and even self depreciating at points, and (judging from the laughter) he clearly had the audience on the edge of their seats despite his German English.
I am listing the lectures from this series below, with links to the original source, direct MP3 mirror links hosted here (just in case!), and also as embedded media for easy access. Enjoy!
Again, please note that this audio is made available as a free resource by the seminary for personal use and is not to be copied or distributed for financial gain.
- Messianic Life Style (MP3 Mirror: Part 1, Part 2).
- The Trinitarian History of God (MP3 Mirror: Part 1, Part 2).
- God’s Covenant and Human Rights (MP3 Mirror: Part 1, Part 2).
- The Theology of Liberation and the Third World (MP3 Mirror: Part 1, Part 2).
For more Moltmann audio and video check out the audio and video resources section of this website. Now seems like a good time to remind ourselves that Moltmann will be speaking at Princeton again this year in June for the annual Karl Barth Conference. If you haven’t registered for this conference yet I encourage you to do so! It’s going to be great!