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Karl Barth: Introduction to Early Theology
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 232

Karl Barth: Introduction to Early Theology

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2004-11-11
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  • Publisher: A&C Black

A classic study of the development and influence of Barth's theology, and an exploration of the period in which the Barthian revolution was shoped.

Karl Barth
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 306

Karl Barth

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2001
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  • Publisher: ATF Press

Karl Barth: A Future for Postmodern Theology'' What doe the colon and the question mark in the title signfy' Does the collection colon denote relatedness or separation' What is the effect of the question mark' Does the interrogative question the future of Karl Barth's approach to theology, make a clain for Barth as a postmodern theologian, or challenge the notion of postmodern theology altogether ...' {These papers} pose sharply the question of how the name Karl Barth and postmodern theology relate. Or, more pointedly, how or whether theology as understgood and practised by Karl Barth and self declared postmodern theology have anything to do with each other at all' from the epilogue by Wes Campbell. The two editors teach Systematic Thelogy in Australia. Chris Moster was author of God and the Future: Wolfhart Pannenberg's Eschatological Doctrine of God,, T&T Clark/ Continuum, 2002 . This volume has a number of essays by John Webster on Karl Barth and his theology.

Karl Barth
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 590

Karl Barth

'Karl Barth' is an unparalleled accomplishment. An authentic church father of the Post-Reformation era, the Basel professor's contributions to theology, the life of the church, and the world of culture and politics have been frequently noted. This work, however, presents extraordinary new information and insight based on his own correspondence and notes. What one finds in this work is Barth's own running commentary on events and people - from 1886 to 1968. Everything is depicted from his perspective and chiefly in his own words, and this is precisely what makes the volume so fascinating and valuable. The brilliance, wit, and humanity of Barth shine through everywhere as he is seen as son, br...

The Epistle to the Romans
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 547

The Epistle to the Romans

A translation of Barth's classic commentary on the Pauline Epistle

The Word of God and Theology
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 256

The Word of God and Theology

This classic volume of Barth's essays was first published in 1924 under the title 'Das Wort Gottes und die Theologie'. In this brand new English edition all the critical apparatus is translated, each chapter including an explanatory passage giving general historical context and details of Barth's own biography. These essays represent the very best of Barth's work. Far from being superceded by the Church Dogmatics, indeed, a thorough understanding of the Church Dogmatics must presuppose a close knowledge of them. The style is vivid, deeply engaged and engaging, often expressionistic (making frequent use of irony and hyperbole). Peter Gay described Weimar culture as a "dance on the edge of a volcano." If so, then it was essays like these that provided the music.

Karl Barth
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 171

Karl Barth

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 1989-08-25
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  • Publisher: CUP Archive

This short volume brings together a collection of essays which make an important contribution to Barth interpretation.

The Epistle to the Philippians
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 128

The Epistle to the Philippians

Karl Barth is known as one of the greatest Christian theologians of modern times. While Barth's writings are permeated by biblical citations and exegesis, there are only a few examples of Barth's interpretation of an entire biblical book. In this anniversary edition of The Epistle to the Philippians, Karl Barth's exposition of the book of Philippians is again made available. Two new introductory essays by Bruce L. McCormack and Francis B. Watson examine the significance of Barth's theological exegesis of Philippians and introduce Barth's approach to biblical interpretation.

How to Read Karl Barth
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 298

How to Read Karl Barth

This critical study decodes the most cryptic and elusive patterns of Karl Barth's dialectic. Hunsinger not only offers a new and authoritative interpretation of Barth's mature theology, but also places Barth's work in relation to contemporary discussions of truth, justified belief, double agency, and religious pluralism. Through a fresh and compelling reading of Church Dogmatics, Hunsinger offers a new account of the coherence of that work as a whole.

Karl Barth
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 313

Karl Barth

Karl Barth (1886-1968) was the most prolific theologian of the twentieth century. Avoiding simple paraphrasing, Dr Gorringe places the theology in its social and political context, from the First World War through to the Cold War by following Barth's intellectual development through the years that saw the rise of national socialism and the development of communism. Barth initiated a theological revolution in his two Commentaries on Romans, begun during the First World War. His attemptto deepen this during the turbulent years of the Weimar Republic made him a focus of theological resistance to Hitler after the rise to power of the Nazi party. Expelled from Germany, he continued to defy fashionable opinion by refusing to condemn communism after the Second World War. Drawing on a German debate largely ignored by Anglo-Saxon theology Dr Gorringe shows that Barth responds to the events of his time not just in his occasional writings, but in his magnum opus, the Church Dogmatics. In conclusion Dr Gorringe asks what this admittedly patriarchal author still has to contribute to contemporary theology, and in particular human liberation.

The Theology of Karl Barth
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 47

The Theology of Karl Barth

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 1931
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  • Publisher: Unknown

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