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14 december 2018

Barth and Beyond: A One-Day Symposium

We invite you to this one day symposium as part of the Karl Barth year.

Morning programme:

Controversy about the Early Karl Barth: A Symposium on Paul Silas Peterson's The Early Karl Barth: Historical Contexts and Intellectual Formation 1905-1935. A Debate between Five Experts on the early Karl Barth: Bruce McCormack, Rinse Reeling Brouwer, Kees van der Kooi, Edward van ‘t Slot and the author Paul Silas Peterson.

9.30 Walk in and have a coffee/ tea

10:00 Welcome by Prof. Dr. Maarten Wisse, Professor of Dogmatics at the PThU

10:10 Introduction to the book by PD Dr. Paul Silas Peterson, Privatdozent at the Eberhard-Karls University in Tübingen

10:20 Response to the book by Prof. Dr. Bruce McCormack

10:30 Response to the book by Prof. Dr. Kees van der Kooi

10:40 Response to the book by Prof. Dr. Rinse Reeling Brouwer

10:50 Response to the book by Prof. Dr. Edward van ‘t Slot

11:00 Break

11:15 Reply to the Responses by PD Dr. Paul Silas Peterson

11:30 Further Debate directed by Prof. Maarten Wisse

12:00 Debate with the Audience

12:15 Lunch on your own

Afternoon programme

13:30 Opening of the afternoon programme by Prof. Dr. Rinse Reeling Brouwer

13:45 Lecture by Dr. Bruce McCormack, Charles Hodge Professor of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary

Title: “Suffering in God: What Does it Mean and how is it Possible?”

14:45 Break

15:15 Questions and discussion

16:00 Drinks

Location

PThU-zaal, 1E 24, Protestant Theological University, Amsterdam

Registration

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