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Robin Parry is the husband of but one wife (Carol) and the father of the two most beautiful girls in the universe (Hannah and Jessica). He also has a lovely cat called Monty (who has only three legs). Living in the city of Worcester, UK, he works as an Editor for Wipf and Stock — a US-based theological publisher. Robin was a Sixth Form College teacher for 11 years and has worked in publishing since 2001 (2001–2010 for Paternoster and 2010– for W&S).

Thursday, 30 June 2011

Read More Barth

This was slightly funny (and the thing with Barth is that there is always more to read)

Friday, 17 June 2011

Thought for the Day from Karl Barth

“The activity of the community is related to the gospel only in so far as it is no more than a crater formed by the explosion of a shell and seeks to be no more than a void in which the gospel reveals itself”

Karl Barth, The Epistle to the Romans (second edition), p. 36.

Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Exorcism book out now!

Hooooorayyy!! The long wait is over! At last the new book on exorcism is available. Check it out on amazon. Here's a link if you are too lazy to hunt for yourself!

Introduction. Exorcism: Multidisciplinary Perspectives
Robin Parry

The Presence of Evil and Exorcism in the Old Testament
Wonsuk Ma

Deliverance and Exorcism in the New Testament
Graham Twelftree

Deliverance and Exorcism in the Early Church
Andrew Daunton-Fear

Deliverance and Exorcism in the Twentieth Century
James Collins

Deliverance and Exorcism in Majority World Pentecostalism
Allan Anderson

Deliverance and Exorcism in Anthropological Perspective
Peter Versteeg

Deliverance and Exorcism in Psychological Perspective
William K. Kay

Deliverance and Exorcism in Philosophical Perspective
Phillip H. Wiebe

Deliverance and Exorcism in Pop Culture
Lucy Huskinson

Deliverance and Exorcism in Theological Perspective
1: Is there any substance to evil?

Nigel G. Wright

Deliverance and Exorcism in Theological Perspective
2: Possession and Exorcism as New Testament Evidence for
a Theology of Christ’s Supremacy

Kabiro Wa Gatumu

Demonology and Deliverance: A Practical-Theological

Case Study
Mark Cartledge

Guest post from Søren Kierkegaard

It is perfectly true, as philosophers say, that life must be understood backwards.

But they forget the other proposition, that it must be lived forwards.

Søren Kierkegaard
(Journal entry, 1843)

Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Kindle of "The Evangelical Universalist" now available

If you were looking for the Kindle edition of TEU it is now available. The link is here.