The PostBarthian is dedicated to Ecumenical Reformed Theology. Our theology is Reformed because it begins with the works of Reformed theologians such as Karl Barth and Jürgen Moltmann and contemporaries, but it also includes the entire Reformed tradition stretching back to John Calvin, Huldrych Zwingli and Martin Luther. Our theology is also Ecumenical because we learn from theologians and churches outside the Reformed tradition, including Catholic, Orthodox, and Pentecostal, and all we agree and disagree—wherever truth is found. The purpose of the PostBarthian is to share theological ideas, and to initiate awareness and spark conversation, to unify the church and world through our common creed that Jesus is Lord.
Our favorite theologians include the following (in no particular order as well as other not explicitly listed): Karl Barth, Jürgen Moltmann, Wolfhart Pannenberg, Karl Rahner, Hans Küng, Rudolf Bultmann, C.H. Dodd, N.T. Wright, James H. Cone, John Calvin, Augustine, Zwingli, and many others.
About Wyatt Houtz
Wyatt Houtz is the primary contributor to the PostBarthian. He resides in Woodinville, WA on the eastside of Seattle with his lovely wife, Tracy, and their adorable children: Zoraida, Augustine, and Pascal. Wyatt currently a presbyterian (PCUSA) and is a former Pastor at Mars Hill Church in Seattle (2011-2013) and is a member of the Karl Barth Society of North America (KBSNA).
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