Lutrosis

David Michael Felsch

Author: David Michael Felsch

I am a Bible & Theology student who is currently studying at Bethel University in St. Paul, MN. Shortly after graduating I plan on going to seminary, with a specialization in either New Testament or Ancient Languages (you'll be the first to know when I find out!). My long-term goals are to explore the narratives of the Gospels, as well as the Christology of the New Testament and women's roles in the early Church. Currently looking for a place to store all of my books and coffee mugs.


My hope for Lutrosis is that it will rightly expound its namesake: Redemption. I call myself a Lutheran Pseudo-Barthian, and much of my theology is centered on the biblical witness to Jesus as the embodiment of God in human form who came to bring forgiveness and reconciliation to people, communities, and social systems. In this blog I hope to dig into what that means today, oftentimes with reference to Rock & Roll, literature (normally of the Sci-Fi/Fantasy stamp), and culture at large.

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