Unless you’ve somehow missed the raucous celebration over at Jim West’s place, you’re well aware that today marks the quasquicentennial (that’s my Scrabble Word of the Day) of the birth of inestimable theologian and exegete Rudolf Bultmann (1884-1976). There have been many fine posts on this subject, so I’ll point to just one: a brief essay by James Crossley which Jim has kindly presented. Those who are relatively unfamiliar with Bultmann, or who have encountered him in an exclusively negative light, should definitely give it a look.
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