Last week David Kelsey came to Princeton Theological Seminary to give the Warfield Lectures. A few of us attended the lectures and are posting summaries for those of you unable to make the journey. The posts are coming up one week after the lectures so visit back for updated links throughout the week. Here’s a general overview from WTM on the nature of the lectures this year:
This year’s Warfield lecturer is David Kelsey. His two-volume theological anthropology, Eccentric Existence has been a significant topic of conversation in the theological world since it appeared in 2009. The Warfield lectures will cover fresh ground, however, taking as their theme “Glory, Kingdom, and Power: Stammering about God.” More information about Kelsey and the Warfield lectures can be found at the PTS website.
- Lecture I: “The God of Abraham Praise” (WTM)
- Lecture II: “In Praise of the Uselessness of God” (NM)
- Lecture III: “Where God’s Sovereignty Is Definitively Expressed” (DWC)
- Lecture IV: “God’s Sovereignty in Two Registers” (MFB)
- Lecture V: “Where God’s Power Is Definitively Expressed” (NM)
- Lecture VI: “God’s Power in Two Registers” (NM)