4 edition of Aspects of the theology of Karl Barth found in the catalog.
Aspects of the theology of Karl Barth
William P. Anderson
Bibliography: p. 179-185.
|Statement||William P. Anderson.|
|LC Classifications||BX4827.B3 A626|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 185 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||185|
|ISBN 10||081911748X, 0819117498|
|LC Control Number||81040163|
Biography. Karl Barth () was the most important Swiss theologian of the twentieth century, with an influence far beyond Switzerland. He is considered alongside Thomas Aquinas, Jean Calvin, and Friedrich Schleiermacher to be one of the greatest thinkers within the history of the Christian tradition. Barth gave new impulses to Protestant theology during a critical phase, reshaping it. Karl Barth (/ b ɑːr t, b ɑːr θ /; German: ; () 10 May – () 10 December ) was a Swiss Reformed theologian who is most well known for his landmark commentary The Epistle to the Romans () (a.k.a Romans II), his involvement in the Confessing Church, and authorship of the Barmen Declaration, and especially his unfinished five volume theological summa the Church Dogmatics Children: Franziska, Markus, Christoph, Matthias and .
Karl Barth concludes that the highest form of Covenant Theology (or Federal Theology) was that of the Dutch Reformed theologian, Johannes Coccejus ( – ). Coccejus saw the continuity of the two covenants in a different way than the traditional Old Covenant verse New Covenant dichotomy. Karl Barth's monumental work, Church Dogmatics, is recognized as a landmark in Protestant theology--perhaps the most important work of this r, the size range of its fourteen volumes has meant that its content and significance may not be so widely known or appreciated as it deserves.5/5(3).
Karl Barth, (born , Basel, Switzerland—died December 9/10, , Basel), Swiss Protestant theologian, probably the most influential of the 20th y supported by his lifelong friend and colleague, the theologian Eduard Thurneysen, he initiated a radical change in Protestant thought, stressing the “wholly otherness of God” over the anthropocentrism of 19th-century. Foreword by Bruce McCormack For many students of Scripture and Christian theology, Karl Barth's break with liberalism is the most important event that has occurred in theology in over years. In Karl Barth's Theological Exegesis Richard E. Burnett provides the first detailed look at this watershed event, showing how Barth read the Bible before and after his break with liberalism, how he 4/5(1).
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Find more information about: ISBN: X Aspects of the theology of Karl Barth [William P Anderson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Theology of Karl Barth shows how a rethinking of basic issues in fundamental theology concerning the relation of nature and grace, philosophy and theology, the "analogy of being" and the "analogy of faith" might lead to a rapprochement between the two great rivers of Christianity, Aspects of the theology of Karl Barth book compromising the center of gravity of by: Karl Barth is viewed by many as being one of the 20 th Century’s most important chief reason for this is the renewed focus on Jesus Christ that he brought back into all aspects of theology.
Barth’s approach to Jesus Christ and the Bible, involved letting Jesus Christ and the Bible approach him. In at the International Congress of Calvinist Theology conducted in Geneva to celebrate the year anniversary of the first edition of Calvin’s Institutes, French preacher-theologian Pierre Maury presented a paper entitled ‘Election et Foi.’Karl Barth would later recall that the address had made a profound impression on him, providing the decisive contribution to his own thought.
Theology. The distinctive features of Karl Barth’s theology remain the subject of considerable debate and ongoing investigation. But some widely agreed upon features can be acknowledged. Before it was anything else, Barth’s theology was a theology of the Word of God.
Barth believed that such a "natural theology" was the root of the religious syncretism and anti-Semitism of the "German Christians"—those who supported Hitler's national socialism. I thought this was an excellent, readable account of the life and theology of Karl Barth.
The book is clear and well-written, yet it was still a long, slow read for me because although I have been a Christian for nine years now, this book is really the first I have read that deals with theology/5. The earlier theology of Karl Barth (particularly as represented in the second edition of his Commentary on Romans) had as one of its most significant characteristics a great emphasis on the.
One such text was his commentary on the book of this commentary, Barth broke with the prevailing theological notions of analysing the text for understanding of various aspects -- historical, linguistic, etc. -- and instead used these various methods of interpretation to look at the book of Romans as the Word of by: Inspired to find out more about Karl Barth after hearing clergy referring to him from time to time and his close association with Dietrich Bonhoeffer I was anxious for the opportunity to listen to this book.
For the lay person that is trying to get a better understand of Christian theology Karl Barth is a cornerstone of modern theological thought. This book uses Karl Barth's theology as a resource for Christian theology of religions. For this purpose, it examines Barth's theology under the doctrinal aspects of revelation, revelation and religion, theological anthropology and election, addressing questions such as the possibility of and context for revelation, Barth's understanding of religion, the theological approach to the human being.
The book also features essays on other aspects of Barth's thought: Kurt Anders Richardson on realist christology, Frank D. Macchia on pneumatology, Timothy George on church and sacraments, Veli-Matti Karkkainen on theology of religions and John R.
Franke on the postmodern turn and evangelical theology. Theology of Karl Barth Multimedia. The Theology of Karl Barth (YouTube); The triune God "The doctrine of the Trinity is what basically distinguishes the Christian doctrine of God as Christian, and therefore what already distinguishes the Christian concept of revelation as Christian, in contrast to all other possible doctrines of God or concepts of revelation.".
During his only visit to the United States, inKarl Barth delivered a series of lectures at the University of Chicago (and later at Princeton Seminary). These lectures, complemented by twelve additional chapters, comprise the text of this introductory presentation of evangelical ed neither as a 'Credo' nor a new outline of dogmatics, this book is what Barth calls a 'short Pages: Description: This book uses Karl Barth's theology as a resource for Christian theology of religions.
For this purpose, it examines Barth's theology under the doctrinal aspects of revelation, revelation and religion, theological anthropology and election, addressing questions such as the possibility of and context for revelation, Barth's.
Alister E. McGrath is an Anglican priest, and long time professor at Oxford and Kings College as well as a prolific theology author. He is also well known for his debate with Christopher Hitchens, and other dialogues such as his interview with Richard Dawkins.
McGrath's, Theology: The Basics, is an introduction to Christian theology that is a short and small book (roughly pages).
George Hunsinger, Disruptive Grace: Studies in the Theology of Karl Barth - The essays in this volume are good introductions to various aspects and topics in Barth and Christian theology in general.
John Webster (Ed), Cambridge Companion to Karl Barth - A collection of essays on Barth by many leading Barth interpreters. In my view, Pannenberg’s finest work is his great book on christology, Jesus – God and Man ().
And I also think his Systematic Theology is. Saving Karl Barth: Hans Urs von Balthasar’s Preoccupation,D. Stephen Long, Fortress Press, (ISBN ), vii + pp., pb $49 This is a book about a remarkable friendship between two giants of twentieth century theology, Hans Urs von Balthasar and Karl Barth.
The former, a Roman Catholic, is famed for his preoccupation with the. Scholars of Karl Barth's theology have been unanimous in labeling him a supralapsarian, largely because Barth identifies himself as such.
In this groundbreaking and thoroughly researched work, Shao Kai Tseng argues that Barth was actually an infralapsarian, bringing Barth into conversation with recent studies in Puritan theology.For many students of Scripture and Christian theology, Karl Barth's break with liberalism is the most important event that has occurred in theology in over years.
In Karl Barth's Theological Exegesis Richard E. Burnett provides the first detailed look at this watershed event, showing how Barth read the Bible before and after his break with /5(2).
Barth’s thesis is that proper theology is evangelical theology which is different from all other theologies and philosophies, as it “ treats of the God of the Gospel”, hence the appropriate emphasis on evangelical theology in the book’s title. The book is presented in three main parts.4/5(30).