wednesdayswithbarthfrontI purchased the set of Barth’s Dogmatics with the hope of reading through them and doing a weekly post about what I find. Though I love the paper copy of any book, when it comes to reading Barth I need all the help I can get. I absolutely love Logos Bible Software. I use it like a carpenter uses a hammer. As a pastor, it is a huge blessing how  their software helps a guy like me through some pretty technical commentaries, etc. So I’m excited to read through Barth with Logos!

Starting Monday, I am going to be working through Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics with Logos. Every Wednesday I will share with our readers my journey through Barth. Here are three reasons why I would recommend reading Barth through the lens of Logos. This is going to be fun!

Update: This blows my mind. On the very same day I started this series a guy named John Walker (I do not know him & he does not know me) started a series called Wednesdays with Barth as well! What are the odds of that? He has a blog called FREEDOM IN ORTHODOXY. You should check it out as well.

1. Referencing: As I write my weekly Barth post for ThinkTheology I need to be able to reference all that Barth says quickly.

Referencing

2. Interaction: I can change the font size, bible versions, as well as read the highlights of other readers. The Greek, Latin and French citations are all translated into English. Let me say that again… (cough, cough). The Greek, Latin and French citations are all translated into English!

Interaction    barth2

3. Portability: I can place anything I want from my logos library on my Kindle or access it via my Smart Phone.

Portibility

I want to invite you to join me as I experience Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics over the coming year. My first post will begin on November 27th and I will be posting every Wednesday. I hope that as I read through Karl Barth’s Dogmatics, you will join me. So I have placed a reading list below for you. Lets see what we find!

Here is our reading schedule* for Church Dogmatics, Volume 1, The Doctrine of God, part 1:

November 25, 2013 November 27, 2013 November 29, 2013 December 02, 2013 December 04, 2013 December 06, 2013 December 09, 2013 December 11, 2013 December 13, 2013 December 16, 2013 December 18, 2013 December 20, 2013 December 23, 2013 December 25, 2013 December 27, 2013
pp v–xix, pp 3–15 pp 16–44 pp 45–84 pp 85–110 pp 111–147 pp 148–179 pp 180–221 pp 222–246 pp 247–282 pp 283–313 pp 314–354 pp 355–382 pp 383–420 pp 421–453 pp 454–491, pp 497–503

Wednesdays with BarthLearn more about Karl Barth here.
Buy his Church Dogmatics in LOGOS here.

*Reading list generated by Logos Bible Software.

I received a complimentary copy of this set in exchange for an unbiased review.

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