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How to Read Karl Barth

The Shape of His Theology

Author: George Hunsinger

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

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Category: Political Science

Page: 298

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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.

How to Read Karl Barth

The Shape of His Theology

Author: George Hunsinger

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 298

View: 305

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.

Reading Karl Barth for the Church

A Guide and Companion

Author: Kimlyn J. Bender

Publisher: Baker Academic

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Category: Religion

Page: 336

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Leading Barth interpreter Kimlyn Bender provides an introduction to the essence of Barth's theology, emphasizing themes that speak to the concerns of the church, the pastorate, and Christian ministry. This book serves as a companion to the first volume of Barth's Church Dogmatics, offering straightforward help for reading and understanding that work in its entirety as well as developing the skills necessary to read more of Barth's writings. Reading schedules (for both the first volume and the complete Church Dogmatics) and discussion questions for individuals and groups are included.

Reading Karl Barth, Interrupting Moral Technique, Transforming Biomedical Ethics

Author: Ashley John Moyse

Publisher: Springer

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Category: Medical

Page: 263

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This volume proposes a move away from the universalized and general modern ethical method, as it is currently practiced in biomedical ethics, while aiming toward a decision making process rooted in an ontology of relationality. Moyse uses the theological ethics of Karl Barth, in conversation with a range of thinkers, to achieve this turn.

Reading Karl Barth

A Companion to Karl Barth's Epistle to the Romans

Author: Kenneth Oakes

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

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Category: Religion

Page: 180

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Karl Barth's 1922 The Epistle to the Romans is one of the most famous, notorious, and influential works in twentieth-century theology and biblical studies. It is also a famously and notoriously difficult and enigmatic work, especially as its historical context becomes more and more foreign. In this book, Kenneth Oakes provides historical background to the writing of The Epistle to the Romans, an introduction and analysis of its main themes and terms, a running commentary on the text itself, and suggestions for further readings from Barth on some of the issues it raises. The volume not only offers orientation and assistance for those reading The Epistle to the Romans for the first time, it also deals with contemporary problems in current Barth scholarship regarding liberalism, dialectics, and analogy.

Reading the Gospels with Karl Barth

Author: Migliore, Daniel L.

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

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Category: Bible

Page: 226

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Papers presented at the 2015 Karl Barth Conference, held June 21-24, at Princeton Theological Seminary on the theme of "Karl Barth and the Gospels: Interpreting Gospel Texts."

The Resurrection in Karl Barth

Author: R. Dale Dawson

Publisher: Routledge

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Category: Religion

Page: 256

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Karl Barth repeatedly spoke of the centrality and unparalleled significance of the resurrection of Jesus Christ for his theological understanding, yet a clear grasp of its nature and scope in Barth continues to find little expression in scholarly literature. This book seeks to draw out the theological substance and systematic implications of Barth's thinking on this theme. Barth's mature understanding of the resurrection concentrates upon the transition from the objective achievement of reconciliation culminating in the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ to its subjective appropriation in the life of the believer, all within a thoroughly christological context. The resurrection may be described as the way of the crucified Lord to others, and is, for Barth, the essential and efficient link between christology proper and the extension of Christ's saving work to others.

Karl Barth and Radical Politics, Second Edition

Author: George Hunsinger

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 264

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Karl Barth was one of the most important Christian theologians of the twentieth century, but his political views have often not been taken sufficiently into account. Beginning with a representative early essay by Karl Barth, this volume proceeds with essays by Friedrich-Wilhelm Marquardt, Helmut Gollwitzer, Hermann Diem, Dieter Schellong, Joseph Bettis, and George Hunsinger. These contributions engage both the relationship of Barth's theology to his socialist politics as well as Marquardt's analysis. This new edition expands upon the earlier one by adding three new essays by Hunsinger on Barth's theology and its relevance for human rights, liberation theology, and the theories of Rene Girard on violence and scapegoating. Hunsinger has extended the discussion as well as deepened our insight into how theology can speak meaningfully about fundamental issues of human need.

Karl Barth's Christological Ecclesiology

Author: Kimlyn J. Bender

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 320

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Many of Barth's theological themes, such as revelation and election, have received numerous scholarly examinations, whilst Barth's doctrine of the church has been largely ignored. Yet, Barth entitled his massive systematic theological opus the Church Dogmatics, and the church was a central element of his thought from first to last. This book seeks to fill a lacuna in studies of Barth's theology, presenting the first comprehensive examination of Karl Barth's doctrine of the church in over three decades. Kimlyn Bender examines Barth's ecclesiological thought, from his early theological treatises to his massive unfinished dogmatics, in light of his interaction with both Roman Catholicism and Protestant Liberalism. A special emphasis is placed upon Barth's mature ecclesiology in the Church Dogmatics.

Karl Barth

A Future for Postmodern Theology?

Author: Christiaan Mostert

Publisher: ATF Press

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 306

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These papers pose sharply the question of how or whether theology as understood and practiced by Karl Barth and self-declared postmodern theology have anything to do with each other at all.

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