Daniel I. Block. The Triumph of Grace: Literary and Theological Studies in Deuteronomy and...Read More
Author: Daniel Rempel
Daniel is currently pursuing his Master of Arts in Theology at Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He is currently writing a thesis on theological anthropology and disability. He loves talking theology over a hot coffee or a cold beer.
As an MA student in theology, I am interested in how our knowledge of God affects our lives as followers of Jesus. In particular, I’m interested in learning more about my Mennonite tradition, as well as the work of Karl Barth. If I’m not studying theology, you can likely find me playing sports or camping in the wilderness. I hope we can learn together on my brand new blog, Pax Christi!
Joel Shuman has argued that “In this life and the next, we are never properly less than our...Read More
In her book Economy of Grace, Kathryn Tanner posits that “every theological...Read More
According to any good Protestant storyteller, on October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his...Read More
Originally situated as a part of the Isenheim Altarpiece in Alsace, France, Matthias...Read More
Society breeds human beings to be “normal.” What is normal is what is familiar, and...Read More