Is it possible to do good "Barthian" theology without all of the Barth-esque language? I've been reading over my own posts (which can only be classified as a failed attempt at theology) and have to admit that I'm rather disgusted at the type of words I use and the way I formulate sentences. Barthian sentences make me want to vomit. And they are everywhere! Just throw in the word witness for every blog post you write, for every wretched theological essay you draft and your in on the Barthianism. Here are some good blog titles that should release the bile in your liver:
"Apocalyptic Christology: the New Testament as witness in a post-fundamentalist world."
"Christ as authentic man: the pedagogy of the apostolic witness."
"Creation as Act: Re-mythologising the factum in the Old Testament witness."
Puke puke puke!!!!
Just when I think I've vomited enough as I read this glowing garbage, I find more vomit to spew out. This is nonsense! It needs to stop!