Bruce McCormack, a Presbyterian systematician and Barth expert, is Frederick and Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Professor of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary.
The Barth Renaissance in America: An Opinion, Princeton Seminary Bulletin, 2002 [PDF]
What Has Basel To Do With Berlin?: Continuities in the Theologies of Barth & Schleiermacher, Princeton Seminary Bulletin, 2002 [PDF]
Scripture & Chalcedonian Analogy: Westminster Theological Seminary and Peter Enns
Talks & Lectures
Phil 2:5-13, Wheaton College Chapel [RAM]
The Humility of the Eternal Son: A Reformed Version of Kenotic Christology, TF Torrance Lectures, Dec 2007:
Book Reviews by McCormack
DeVries, Jesus Christ in the Preaching of Calvin & Schleiermacher, Theology Today, Oct 1998
Johnson, The Mystery of God: Karl Barth & the Postmodern Foundations of Theology, Theology Today, Oct 1998
Engagements with McCormack
William B. Evans, Comments on Karl Barth, Bruce McCormack & the Neo-Barthian View of Scripture, Reformation 21 blog, Dec 2008.
Topic: McCormack, Bruce
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