David Kelsey’s theological anthropology
I have finally decided that it’s time to start working my way through David Kelsey’s Eccentric Existence: A Theological Anthropology (WJK, 2009). I’ve decided to call this Kelsey’s longum opus. With two volumes and 1,694 pages, I should be finished reading it by 2015. He even takes after Barth and includes quite a few “small print” excurses.
I will post some thoughts on the book as I work my way throw, mostly as a point of accountability to make sure that I persevere. Feel free to make fun of me if I let quite a bit of time lapse between posts.