ORANGE CITY, Iowa -- Cambria Kaltwasser, assistant professor of religion at Northwestern College, presented a paper at the Los Angeles Theology Conference on Jan. 19, held at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.
Kaltwasser’s paper, titled “Time-Bound Subjects: Responsibility, Death and Christian Hope,” examines the relationship between time and eternity. In studying the theology of 20th century theologian Karl Barth, Kaltwasser considers whether or not the object of Christian hope should be thought of as a future life in infinite time. She frames her paper as an appreciation of Barth’s account while adding her own interpretations.
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