posted by C Tilling @ 1:05 AM
Geoffrey Wainwright might be the author. (Or not.)
Good try, but ...WRONG! *Chris presses button**TJ falls down through trap door into massive vat of mouldy bananas*
Well, if Brunner didn't write it then it must be Barth because, you know, whatever Brunner didn't say, Barth did.And if it wasn't Barth or Brunner then it has to be the only other theologian of the 20th century who very well might exceed them both (both in the quality of what he said and in the quantity of words he published): Hans Urs von Balthasar.
Is the answer Pat Robertson?
Nice reasoning, Dan, but ...Nope!Likwise, 'no' CP*Chris spreads honey all over Dan and Curious Presbyterian, and puts a "please eat me" sign on them**Chris throws them into a bear's den*
Google only comes up with a certain 'Chris Tilling'... oh right, that's here...Since it's not otherwise attested on the internet, I pronounce you to be the rightful author (acknowledging possible proto-Tilling hymns and formulas in your work. The fact that you quote them makes them authoritative though).
Well, Byron, I would have been gla dot pen these words, but ...WRONG!I am astonished this has proven so difficult!
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