Karl Barth’s 1962 Warfield Lectures at Princeton Theological Seminary (Free Audio!)

Karl Barth, Image Source

Since being directed by Princeton Theological Seminary on how to freely access the Moltmann Warfield Lectures from 1979, I did some poking around in their media archive (once you figure out how to find your way around, it’s a goldmine!), and found that Karl Barth’s 1962 Warfield Lectures are also easily and freely available for download. I shared this previously with the Karl Barth Discussion Group (which you should totally join if you haven’t already!) and with my friend Wyatt (the “PostBarthian”), who has already posted the lectures to his blog… We seem to be mirroring each other this week! 🙂

Enjoy this free audio, and remember, being a Moltmanniac doesn’t necessarily mean leaving Barth behind!

As before, please note that this resource is made available by the seminary for personal use and is not to be copied or distributed for financial gain. 

Getting Started with Moltmann

Jürgen Moltmann

When I discovered Jürgen Moltmann a few years ago, the first book I read was The Trinity and the Kingdom, followed by The Crucified God and Theology of Hope. Those are still three of my favorite Moltmann books to date (I’ve read about fifteen of his books total now), but they aren’t easy reading, especially for anyone who is not used to reading thick theological books (i.e. most normal people!).

So here are a few of my personal recommendations for people interested in checking out Moltmann.

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