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The Essential Karl Barth: A Reader and Commentary

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:Karl Barth is one of the most influential theologians of the 20th century. His work is considered essential reading for nearly every student of theology. Reading Barth's theology poses a challenge, however, because of the sheer size of his corpus,...


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:Karl Barth is one of the most influential theologians of the 20th century. His work is considered essential reading for nearly every student of theology. Reading Barth's theology poses a challenge, however, because of the sheer size of his corpus, the complexity of his claims, and the distance between his context and the context of his readers. In this accessible introduction, a respected scholar in Barthian studies offers a one-stop resource on Barth's thought, providing a selection of his most important writings, critical commentary, and detailed introductory and concluding chapters.
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  • Catalogue Code 519378
  • Product Code 9781540960733
  • ISBN 1540960730
  • EAN 9781540960733
  • Pages 384
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Baker Book House
  • Publication Date Mar 2019
  • Sales Rank 78707
  • Dimensions 234 x 158 x 35mm
  • Weight 0.630kg

Keith L Johnson

Keith L. Johnson (Ph.D., Princeton Theological Seminary) is Assistant Professor of Theology at Wheaton College. He is the author of Karl Barth and the Analogia Entis (T&T Clark) and Practicing Doctrine: An Evangelical and Ecumenical Introduction to Christian Thought, co-authored with Beth Felker Jones (Brazos Press).
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  • :<b>contents<br><br></b>1. Introduction: The Life Of Karl Barth<br><b>part 1: Barth's Theological Development<br></b>2. <i>the Epistle To The Romans</i><br>3. The Word Of God As The Task Of Theology<br>4. An Answer To Professor Adolf Von Harnack<br>5. The Resurrection Of The Dead<br>6. The G&amp;ouml;ttingen Dogmatics<br>7. The Holy Spirit And The Christian Life<br>8. Preface To <i>church Dogmatics </i>i/1<br>9. Farewell<br>10. The Humanity Of God<br><b>part 2: Barth's </b><b><i>church Dogmatics</i></b><b><br></b>11. The Task Of Dogmatics<br>12. The Word Of God<br>13. Revelation And Faith<br>14. The Doctrine Of The Trinity<br>15. The Missions Of The Son And The Spirit<br>16. The Knowledge Of God<br>17. The Reality Of God<br>18. The Doctrine Of Election<br>19. The Election Of Jesus Christ<br>20. God's Decision For The World<br>21. Covenant And Creation<br>22. The Covenant Partner Of God<br>23. God And Nothingness<br>24. God With Us<br>25. The Obedience Of The Son Of God<br>26. The Exaltation Of The Son Of Man<br>27. The Glory Of The Mediator<br>28. The Scope Of Salvation<br>29. Christian Community<br><b>part 3: Barth's Political Engagement<br></b>30. A Brief Reminiscence Of The 1920s<br>31. Sermon On Romans 15:5-13<br>32. The Barmen Theological Declaration<br>33. The Role Of Christians In Wartime: A Letter To American Christians<br>34. The Community Of Christians And The Community Of Citizens<br>conclusion: The Tradition Of Karl Barth<br>index

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