Unity in diversity
Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians
by FEET
5d ago
‘Unity in diversity’ is the subtitle that follows the main description of the theme of our upcoming FEET conference, which will be held in Prague, Czech Republic, on 23-27 August 2024. The conference has been prepared in close cooperation with the European Evangelical Alliance. Its main theme is: Evangelical Identity in Europa Today. Diversity is an outstanding feature of the Christian church, ever since the outpouring of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. On that day, three thousand Jews and proselytes joined the ranks of Jesus’s disciples. They were from every nation under heaven, born and raise ..read more
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Featured author – Jacob Thiessen
Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians
by FEET
1M ago
Jacob Thiessen, born in 1964, has been rector and lecturer at the University School of Theology STH Basel since January 2004 and professor of New Testament since 2007. He is also a leading elder of the Basel-Holee Mennonite congregation. Thiessen grew up in a Mennonite farming village in the Chaco of Paraguay. Before studying Protestant theology at STH Basel from 1989 to 1994, he spent two years teaching among the indigenous people in the Paraguayan Chaco. From 1995 to 1998, he worked part-time at STH Basel as a teaching assistant (New Testament and Greek). At the end of 1998, he was awarded ..read more
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European Journal of Theology Issue 33.1 (April 2024)
Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians
by FEET
1M ago
This issue of the European Journal of Theology opens with a contribution by Wolfgang Köhler, who shows how the theme of hardening the people’s hearts is important in the various parts of the Book of Isaiah. Tracing how the theme develops, Kohler uncovers a cycle of sin – hardening – judgement – repentance. Jacob Thiessen suggests that there is a connection between Paul’s Letter to the Romans and his speech in Miletus as recorded in Acts 20. In these contemporaneous texts Paul sets out ‘the whole counsel of God’. Thiessen also brings Isaiah into play when it comes to Paul’s sense of call. Chri ..read more
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Henri Blocher on Rome
Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians
by FEET
2M ago
Opening a book by the Parisian theologian Henri Blocher is like being invited to a wedding banquet. It is a theologically and culturally rich, tasty and challenging experience. The publication of his latest book, La doctrine de l’Église et des sacrements, vol. 1 (Vaux-sur-Seine: Edifac, 2023), is a feast for theology, all the more so because this volume on ecclesiology was long awaited. (And we are still waiting for the second volume on the sacraments.) The book consists of two parts. In the first, Blocher expounds the biblical data, while in the second he analyses three types of ch ..read more
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Newsletter Autumn 2023
Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians
by FEET
6M ago
Read the Autumn 2023 Newsletter with more information about FEET activities, people, and forthcoming theological conferences ..read more
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European Journal of Theology Issue 32.2 (October 2023)
Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians
by FEET
7M ago
This issue of the European Journal of Theology contains two papers read at FEET’s online conference on Karl Barth. Romanian Octavian Baban offers a detailed and critical aassessment of Barth’s exegesis in the Römerbrief after 100 years. Baban argues that Barth discusses Paul’s concepts at the level of Paul’s corpus of letters and through a strong cultural lens, rather than at the level of Romans. Andrew McGowan focusses on the reception of Barth among evangelicals in Scotland. Although today Barth finds acceptance among a majority of evangelicals, McGowan notes critical differences on Scriptu ..read more
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2023 Online Conference - Brochure
Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians
by FEET
7M ago
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Prague 2024: Conference Flyer
Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians
by FEET
8M ago
See the attached PDF for first information about the forthcoming 2024 conference (Prague ..read more
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Lamenting with Job as missional engagement (McTair Wall)
Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians
by FEET
8M ago
During the Covid pandemic, our daughter lost her unborn son six months into her pregnancy. It was our first grandchild. Added to the pandemic, this trauma led me to a deep burnout from which it has been difficult to recover. Recently I had the challenge of leading students through a reflection on the missional relevance of the Book of Job, with the help of Tim Davy’s The Book of Job and the Mission of God. The book is well researched and based on Tim’s doctoral thesis written under Gordon McConville. The interpretative history of the Book of Job has well related unjust and unexplained sufferi ..read more
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Digital Conference: C. S. Lewis – His Legacy and ongoing Relevance
Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians
by FEET
9M ago
To register visit: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeymXG-sR5VBJEzZjM_I6B2_mMCYF6pit-hDCWWyd12XIcVKQ/viewform ..read more
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