McCormack, Bruce

McCormack, Bruce

Bruce McCormack, a Presbyterian systematician and Barth expert, is Frederick and Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Professor of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary.


McCormack at Theopedia

McCormack's Personal/Professional Pages

Internet Resources

Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae



The Barth Renaissance in America: An Opinion, Princeton Seminary Bulletin, 2002 [PDF]

What Has Basel To Do With Berlin?: Continuities in the Theologies of Barth & Schleiermacher, Princeton Seminary Bulletin, 2002 [PDF]



Scripture & Chalcedonian Analogy: Westminster Theological Seminary and Peter Enns

Reformed Christology & The Westminster Historical & Theological Field Committee Report: A Critical Comment, May 2008

R.Scott Clark response leading to McCormack Reply 1, Response from Clark

Lane Tipton [member of WHTFC, fn4 refers to McCormack], leading to An Open Letter from Bruce McCormack (June 2008) and Response to My Critics 1 and


Talks & Lectures

Phil 2:5-13, Wheaton College Chapel [RAM]

The Humility of the Eternal Son: A Reformed Version of Kenotic Christology, TF Torrance Lectures, Dec 2007:

Reports from Steve Holmes on Lecture 1, Lecture 2, Lecture 3, Lecture 4, Lecture 5



Letter Against Amending Heidelberg Catechism, June 2008 [signatory, PDF here]


Book Reviews by McCormack

DeVries, Jesus Christ in the Preaching of Calvin & Schleiermacher, Theology Today, Oct 1998

Johnson, The Mystery of God: Karl Barth & the Postmodern Foundations of Theology, Theology Today, Oct 1998


Engagements with McCormack

William B. Evans, Comments on Karl Barth, Bruce McCormack & the Neo-Barthian View of Scripture, Reformation 21 blog, Dec 2008.

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