We invite you to this one day symposium as part of the Karl Barth year.
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
11:15 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
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?”
15:15 Questions and discussion
PThU-zaal, 1E 24, Protestant Theological University, Amsterdam
Costs and registration
We invite you to attend this symposium ad no costs are involved. Lunch is to be taken care of by yourself. Please register individualy before 7th December 2018.