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Rev. Dr. Tony Clark Divine Revelation and Human Practice

In this creative contribution to the doctrine of revelation, Clark seeks to develop and articulate an understanding of God's self-disclosure located in the participation of the ecclesial community in the trinitarian life of God. Clark takes as his point of departure Karl Barth's doctrine of the Word of God. Barth has impressed upon theology that revelation is primarily an event in which God establishes relationship with humanity in an act of his sovereign freedom. But what is the role of human participation in this revelatory event? It is here that Barth's account is less than satisfactory, and this shortcoming points to the principal theme of the book. Addressing this theme, Clark engages with the work of Michael Polanyi, whose philosophy provides a potent resource for the task. One profoundly innovative aspect of Polanyi's work is his theory of tacit knowledge, which demonstrates how articulate knowledge (conceptual understanding) arises out of knowledge established through practical and intrinsically imaginative participation in particular practices or «life-ways.» Although we depend upon such knowledge, we can articulate it only in part. We know more than we can tell. This insight has profound implications for the doctrine of revelation. It suggests that knowledge of God is necessarily bound up with the various practices of the church in which Christians are imaginatively engaged and through which God makes himself known. It also suggests that such knowledge cannot be fully articulated. Clark does not deny the possibility or the importance of doctrinal formulation, but he does issue a reminder that theological statements are only possible because God gives himself to be known in the life and practices of the church. This substantial work provides important and original proposals for rearticulating the doctrine of revelation.

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Todd B. Pokrifka Redescribing God

Despite the voluminous and ever-growing scholarly literature on Karl Barth, penetrating accounts of his theological method are lacking. In an attempt to fill this lacuna, Todd Pokrifka provides an analysis of Barth's theological method as it appears in his treatment of three divine perfections–unity, constancy, and eternity–in Church Dogmatics, II/1, chapter VI. In order to discern the method by which Barth reaches his doctrinal conclusions, Pokrifka examines the respective roles of Scripture, tradition, and reason–the «threefold cord»–in this portion of the Church Dogmatics. In doing so he finds that for Barth Scripture functions as the authoritative source and basis for theological critique and construction, and tradition and reason are functionally subordinate to Scripture. Yet Barth employs a predominantly indirect way of relating Scripture and theological proposals, a way in which tradition and reason play important «mediatory» roles. Barth's approach to theology involves the humble yet serious attempt to «redescribe God,» that is, to say again on a human level what God has already said in the divine self-revelation attested in Scripture.
Redescribing God features an original conceptual framework for the analysis of Barth's method and an extensive application of that framework in the context of close readings of portions of the Church Dogmatics. Through this process it draws from, critiques, and complements a wide variety of Barth scholarship on topics such as the role of Scripture and theological exegesis in Barth, the role of tradition in Barth, the meaning and role of «reason» in Barth, and the nature of Barth's doctrine of divine perfections. The book also provides a fruitful basis for those who wish to learn from Barth's distinctive way of constructing the Christian doctrine of God as an attempt to obey God's self-revelation.

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Karl Barth The Faith of the Church

The Apostles' Creed is the foundation of Christian faith. The interpretive version of the Apostles' Creed formulated by the Swiss reformer John Calvin in his Catechism has been the basis of Protestant theological education for centuries. In The Faith of the Church, Karl Barth, one of the powerful and enduring theologians of modern Protestantism, reinterprets the Apostles' Creed according to the Catechism of Calvin.
The theology of Karl Barth has been one of the mobilizing influences of modern religious thought. Repudiating as he does every theological accent which permits man either self-sufficiency or independence from the action and grace of God, Barth takes seriously (as few contemporary Protestant theologians have taken seriously) the meaning of the Catechism-which is to direct man to the knowledge of God. His interpretations of the Catechism, organized according to the Questions of the Catechism, are unimpaired by technical language or jargon. They are direct, moving, and exceedingly penetrating. This is not a work to employ the attentions of those indifferent to the heart of Christian faith. It is a work calculated, however, to disturb and deepen the faith of those who imagine themselves already Christian.

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Rustin E. Brian Covering Up Luther

Karl Barth's Christology provides a key to out-narrating the Deus absconditus, which, as Rustin Brian contends, is in fact the god of modernity. Included in this is the rejection of the logical and philosophical systems that allow for the modern understanding of God as the Deus absconditus, namely, dialectics and nominalism. This rejection is illustrated, interestingly enough, in Barth's decision to literally cover up, with a rug, Martin Luther's works in his personal library. Surely this was more than a decorative touch.
The reading of Barth's works that results from this starting point challenges much of contemporary Barth scholarship and urges readers to reconsider Barth. Through careful examination of a large body of Barth's writings, particularly in regard to the issues of the knowledge or knowability of God, as well as Christology, Brian argues that contemporary Barth scholarship should be done in careful conversation with the finest examples of both Protestant and, especially, Roman Catholic theology. Barth's paradoxical Christology thus becomes the foundation for a dogmatic ecumenicism. Barth's Christology, then, just might be able to open up possibilities for discussion and even convergence, within a church that is anything but one.

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Matthias Grebe Election, Atonement, and the Holy Spirit

This book examines the doctrines of election and atonement in Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics, taking up Barth's own challenge to his reader to surpass his argument and offer a better typological interpretation of the cultic texts. Barth's radical re-working of Calvin's doctrine of election is one of the most important developments in twentieth-century theology. Christ synthesizes for Barth a particular dialectic: the binary structure of God's Yes of election and God's No of rejection. The book's central question–how can Jesus simultaneously be both the elected and the rejected (CD II/2), acting as both the judge and the judged (CD IV/1)?–is followed by an exploration of the roles of the Holy Spirit and human freedom in God's electing and saving action. Commentators both acknowledge Barth's innovation in this area and identify problems with his approach, but few have offered what David Ford has called a correction «from within» Barth, using Barth's own method. Using the concept of Existenzstellvertretung, this critique of Barth's exegetical justification for the doctrines offers an alternative exegesis that not only provides this much-needed correction, but also immerses the reader in a fresh engagement with Scripture itself.

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Группа авторов Karl Barth and the Future of Evangelical Theology

The theology of Karl Barth has been a productive dialogue partner for evangelical theology. For too long, however, the dialogue has been dominated by questions of orthodoxy. The present volume seeks to contribute to the conversation through a creative reconfiguration of both partners in the conversation, neither of whom can be rightly understood as preservers of Protestant Orthodoxy. Rather, American evangelicalism is identified with the revivalist forms of Protestantism that arose in the post-Reformation era, while Barth is revisited as a theologian attuned both to divine and human agency. In the ensuing conversation questions of orthodoxy are not eliminated, but subordinated to a concern for the life of God and God's people. This volume brings together seasoned Barth scholars, evangelical theologians, and some younger voices, united by a common desire to rethink both Karl Barth and evangelical theology. By offering an alternative to the dominant constraints, the book opens up new avenues for fruitful conversation on Barth and the future of evangelical theology.

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Ethan Worthington The Claim of God

Through close readings of Karl Barth's theological work from 1916 to 1929 this book offers an exposition of Barth's doctrine of sanctification in his earlier theology–arguing that from his earliest writings after 1915 the doctrine of sanctification was one of the key theological components used in describing the encounter between God and man in a positive and concrete manner. This book both fills an important gap in Barthian scholarship and responds to the appeal by other recent interpreters of Barth's theology for a more balanced and careful exposition of his work. Throughout the course of this exposition the force of Eduard Thurnyesen's wonderfully insightful comments about Barth show themselves to be fruitfully borne out within his work from early on. That is, «Karl Barth's theological thinking was from the beginning directed to the life of man . . . the life of man, on the one side, and on the other the Word of God that meets this life, lays hold of it, and transforms it.»

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Thomas Christian Currie The Only Sacrament Left to Us

Questions of ecclesiology abound, and Karl Barth has been regarded as an unhelpful conversation partner and guide for those who care about ecclesiology and the place of the church in the academic pursuit of theology. The Only Sacrament Left to Us recovers Barth's doctrine of the threefold Word of God and shows that it is at the heart of Barth's ecclesiological commitments, and that Barth offers a distinct and robust doctrine of the church worthy to be carried forward into the twenty-first-century debates about the church's place in God's economy. The book explores the central role of the threefold Word of God in Barth's theology of the church, explains its place in Barth's later doctrine of reconciliation, and seeks to engage the field of Barth studies with contemporary ecclesiological questions.

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Imliwabang Jamir Vocation in Christ

Karl Barth (1886-1968), as a young Swiss pastor in Safenwil, struggled to make an organic connection between «the newspaper [contemporary sociopolitical events] and the New Testament.» When he discovered «a strange new world of God within the Bible,» God became the subject matter for renewing and transforming the world. This discovery helped Barth to integrate the world into his interpretation of the Bible and also impacted his theology of Christian vocation as divine summons to God's special freedom and obedience. Vocation in Christ examines the theology of vocation and reading Scripture among the Naga Christians in northeastern India, in conversation with Barth's theology of vocation. Social-scientific research is employed on congregations and Bible study groups to explore how the Naga Christians understand vocation and Scripture in light of their sociopolitical and religious context. This book serves as an introduction for Western readers of how vocation is understood from an Asian perspective and emphasizes the theme of vocation as Christian witness without accommodating to worldly values. It readdresses Barth's theology of vocation, which calls for a revitalization of Christian vocation in our contemporary situation. The primary claim of this book is that vocation is God's calling to obedience, and devotion to the love of God is reciprocal to the love of neighbor.

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Karl Barth The Knowledge of God and the Service of God According to the Teaching of the Reformation

These lectures on that teaching [of the Reformed church on natural theology] will not take the form of an independent outline, but will be connected with a 'document' of the Reformation. Further, taking into account the specifically Scottish character of the Gifford foundation, this document will be a document of the 'Scottish' Reformation. . . . I am letting John Knox and his friend speak in their 'Confessio Scotica' of 1560. This is not to take the form of an historical analysis of the Scottish Confession, but that of a theological paraphrase and elucidation of the document as it speaks to-day and as we to-day by a careful objective examination of its content can hear it speak.

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Karl Barth Quotes about Knowledge - Lib Quotes

Discover popular and famous knowledge quotes by Karl Barth. Authors. Topics. Lists. Pictures. Resources. More about Karl Barth. Karl Barth - Knowledge Quotes 6 Sourced Quotes. View all Karl Barth Quotes. Source; Report... The revelation of God, in which man's fulfilment of the true knowledge of God takes place, is the disposition of God in which He acts towards us as the same triune God that ...

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Our knowledge of God, the world and man, Barth supposes, is not established through abstract conjecture and reflection on concepts, but is revealed through the person of Jesus Christ. That God exists, and does so independently from the world which is distinct from him, is revealed according to Reformed teaching.

The Knowledge of God in Creation according to Karl Barth

The Knowledge of God in Creation according to Karl Barth . By John Drury . CD I/2 pg. 306-307 . Within the context of his critique of religion as unbelief, Barth picks up the “line of thought in Romans” (306). He acknowledges that Romans 1 emphasizes the heathen “knowledge of God the Creator” (306). This knowledge of God is declared by the apostle “in and with the preaching of Christ ...

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Barth's theology found its most sustained and compelling expression in his thirteen-volume magnum opus, the Church Dogmatics (Ger. " Kirchliche Dogmatik "). Widely regarded as an important theological work, the Church Dogmatics represents the pinnacle of Barth's achievement as a theologian.

Karl Barth on God; the knowledge of the divine existence ...

Karl Barth on God; the knowledge of the divine existence. --by Matczak, Sebastian A. Publication date 1962 Topics Barth, Karl, 1886-1968, God -- History of doctrines Publisher New York, St. Paul Publications Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; trent_university; internetarchivebooks Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation Contributor Internet Archive Language English. 358 p. 21 cm Access ...

Theology of Karl Barth - Theopedia.com

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." ^[1]^ "It can fairly be said that ...

Barthian Theology - The Gospel Coalition

Twentieth century Swiss theologian Karl Barth (1886–1968; pronounced “Bart”) was a theological titan whose thought, although complex and often elusive, roared through the theological world of the twentieth century like a tsunami, uprooting buildings and reshaping everything in its path.

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1 In Karl Barth we reach the culmination of the course of Protestant thought that began with Luther and advanced through Kierkegaard and Brunner. He developed this type of theology with a thoroughness and massiveness that seem unlikely to be surpassed by any later theologian. His many-volumed Dogmatik is one of the most intimidating of theological works, and if his own comment is true that no ...

Karl Barth – Wikipedia

Mit seinen Römerbriefkommentaren (1919/1922) begründete er die Dialektische Theologie. 1934 verfasste er massgeblich die Barmer Theologische Erklärung, begründete die Bekennende Kirche mit und rief ab 1938 alle Christen zum auch bewaffneten Widerstand gegen den Nationalsozialismus auf.


KARL BARTH, the son of a Swiss Professor of Theology at Berne, was born at Basle in 1886. He was educated at Berne, at Berlin (under Harnack), and at Ti.ibingen (under Hermann). He became a journalist in the office of the Christlichwelt (1908-o9) and developed a vivid dialectical style.

-- Karl Barth on Knowledge of God - Google Groups

For all his Wisdom, Karl Barth is proven incorrect within this statement: "There is no knowledge of God apart from the way which Jesus walked, the way which Jesus is, the way which Jesus called his...

"Karl Barth's Conception of God" | The Martin Luther King ...

Barth makes it explicit from the beginning that God is the unknowable and indescribable God. The hidden God remains hidden. Even when we say we know him our knowledge is of an imcomprehensible Reality. Consider, for instance, the personality of God.

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The Tree of Religion: Karl Barth and Dietrich Bonhoeffer ...

In The Cambridge Companion to Karl Barth, edited by John Webster, 243–57. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000. ... Barth argues that “the knowledge itself and as such is deeper and more embracing and cannot possibly be equated with sexual knowledge or its perversion.” CD III/1, 285–86. ↑ CD III/1, 286. ↑ Barth’s argument here is remarkably similar (and two decades prior ...

Karl Barth | Christianity Knowledge Base | Fandom

Karl Barth (1886-1968, pronounced "Bart") was a 20th century Swiss theologian in the Reformed tradition. A vigorous opponent of theological liberalism and modernism, he is known as "the Father of Neo-Orthodoxy". Critical Karl Barth Part 1, Part 2, (MP3) by Cornelius Van Til Contents[show] Biography Born in Basel, he spent his childhood years in Bern. From 1911 to 1921 he served as a Reformed ...

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Barth subsequently taught at the universities of Göttingen (1921), Münster (1925), and Bonn (1930) until his ejection from Germany when the Nazis came to power. He returned to his native town of Basel, where he taught until his retirement in 1962.

(PDF) Karl Barth and Emil Brunner on Revelation

The fourth section evaluated Karl Barth’s view of encounter revelation in relation to the knowledge of God. This study concluded that the encounter revelation is not the only way of knowing God ...

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Karl Barth Quotes (Author of Dogmatics in Outline)

100 quotes from Karl Barth: 'Laughter is the closest thing to the grace of God.', 'To clasp the hands in prayer is the beginning of an uprising against the disorder of the world.', and 'Prayer without study would be empty. Study without prayer would be blind.'

Karl Barth and the Legitimacy of Natural Theology - The ...

Abstract: In this article I examine Karl Barth’s celebrated criticisms of natural theology. I describe how Barth broke onto the theological scene, bringing a necessary and revitalising corrective to nineteenth century liberalism. I examine the inter-war context in which Barth worked and his famous disputes with Harnack and Brunner. Central for Barth’s theology is the self-revelation of God ...

Karl Barth - Church Dogmatics | Britannica

As a theologian, Barth was concerned to establish the truth that God can be known only in accordance with his nature and to reject the 19th-century view that saw an identity between the Spirit of God and religious self-consciousness or between the laws of God and the natural structures of man’s life and history.

The Christology of Karl Barth - BiblicalStudies.org.uk

Kenneth Kantzer, “The Christology of Karl Barth,” Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society 1.2 (Spring 1958): 25-28. The Christology of Karl Barth Kenneth Kantzer [p.25] As with most contemporary theologians the theology of Barth is avowedly Christo-centric. For Barth, at least, this does not mean that the topics of theology are limited to a study of the person and work of Christ ...

Karl Barth | Christian History | Christianity Today

Karl Barth not only said this, he spent his life setting question marks, in the name of Christ, against all manner of "truths." In the process, he did nothing less than alter the course of modern ...

Karl Barth and the Future of Theology | Religious Studies ...

Karl Barth has often been compared to Thomas Aquinas. The principal reasons for the comparison have been the systematic power and massive structure of the Kirchliche Dogmatik, with its illuminating interior conversation of the Church with itself, and Barth's searching and vigorous attempt to displace the ontological fulcrum of the Summa Theologiae by a christocentric analysis of God's freedom ...

Karl Barth - Wikipedia

Karl Barth (/ b ɑːr t, b ɑːr θ /; German: ; () 10 May 1886 – () 10 December 1968) was a Swiss Reformed theologian who is most well known for his landmark commentary The Epistle to the Romans (1921) (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 ...

Karl Barth on Theology and Philosophy - Syndicate

THE PROBLEM WITH KARL BARTH is that he is an obscurantist, irrationalist, and a fideist. He does not play well with others. To enter his theological world, one must exchange reason for faith, all other discourses of knowledge for divine revelation. So goes one common characterization of Barth at least.

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The Knowledge of God and the Service of God According to the Teaching of the Reformation: Recalling the Scottish Confession of 1560 von Karl Barth Seltene Bücher gebraucht und günstig kaufen. Jetzt online bestellen und gleichzeitig die Umwelt schonen. The Knowledge of God and the Service of God According to the Teaching of the Reformation: Recalling the Scottish Confession of 1560 im Zustand ...

Faith and Theology: Ten propositions on Karl Barth: theologian

In Karl Barth: Against Hegemony (1999), Timothy Gorringe shows the way Barth’s theology interfaces with and responds to the events of his time, how socially situated it is – even if often in contradiction, “against the stream.” In a sense, all Barth’s work is occasional. In June 1933, when he said that the urgent task was to get on with theology “as if nothing has happened ...

Karl Barth: Love him? Hate him? Read him!

Karl Barth is often synonymous with controversy. Some embrace his theology. Others won’t even touch it based solely on reputation. But love it—or think you hate it—one thing is certain: you need to read it!

Karl Barth’s Failure by Matthew Rose | Articles | First Things

Karl Barth failed to liberate theology from modernity’s captivity by Matthew Rose June 2014. K arl Barth was the greatest theologian since the Reformation, and his work is today a dead letter. This is an extraordinary irony. Barth aspired to free Christian theology from restrictive modern habits of mind but in the end preserved the most damaging assumptions of the ideas he sought to overcome ...

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Karl Barth was a Swiss Reformed theologian who is often regarded as the greatest Protestant theologian of the twentieth century. His influence expanded well beyond the academic realm to mainstream culture, leading him to be featured on the cover of Time on April 20, 1962.

Barth, Karl - christian_philosophy.enacademic.com

Barth was not a Christian philoso- pher but a Christian theologian. Indeed, he rejected any form of philosophy that he thought exalted itself against God's self-revelation.The acme of this was his famous review of Emil Brunner's Nature and Grace, the substance of which was captured in its one-word title: 'Nein!' ('No!').For Barth, Christian knowledge always began with God and his self ...

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The Epistemological Development of Karl Barth

The Epistemological Development of Karl Barth SAMUEL NEWLANDS Karl Earth's early theological epistemology, often expressed in terms of a negative dialectic or man's acknowledgement of being known, is characteristically founded upon a firm distinction between God and man, wherein the former is qualitatively different and wholly other than the latter. This distinction lies at the foundation of ...

Karl Barth on "God is Love" - Stephen D. Morrison

Karl Barth on “God is Love” “God is He who, without having to do so, seeks and creates fellowship between Himself and us.” (273) “[God] wills to be ours, and He wills that we should be His. He wills to belong to us and He wills that we should belong to Him. He does not will to be without us, and He does not will that we should be without Him. He wills certainly to be God and He does ...

“Karl Barths Conception of God” Jan - Stanford University

Karl Barth, The Knowledge of God and the Service of God According to the Teachings of the Refor- mation, trans. J. L. M. Haire and Ian Henderson (London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1938), p. 33: “If we do not wish to end by really defining ourselves, when we think that we are defining God, we can only take the second way and therefore hold fast to the incomprehew.bZe majesty in which God meets us ...

Zitate von Karl Barth (76 Zitate) | Zitate berühmter Personen

— Karl Barth, buch The Epistle to the Romans. The Epistle to the Romans (1918; 1921) Kontext: We know that God is He whom we do not know, and that our ignorance is precisely the problem and the source of our knowledge. The Epistle to the Romans is a revelation of the unknown God; God chooses to come to man, not man to God. Even after the ...

Three Criticisms of Karl Barth « Gratia Veritas Lumen

For this elect few, knowledge of Karl Barth is special, and only available to those deemed worthy of being able to hold it. Therefore it’s perceived to be a given that a conservative cannot be a Barthian, but a Barthian must be a progressive or a socialist. The Socialist hold on Karl Barth comes from the fact that he was a member of the Social Democrats. Another part of this socialist hold ...

Karl Barth: Did his adultery affect his theology? – godblog

Karl Barth is an interesting creature (a favorite term of his). He led the German church’s resistance to the Nazi takeover of the Protestant church. He was removed from his teaching position, and deported from Germany when he refused to sign the loyalty oath to Hitler. After the war he returned to Germany, where he helped restore the church. He was the most influential theologian of the ...

The Reformers as fathers of the church: Luther and Calvin ...

See Barth, , The Knowledge of God and the Service of God according to the Teaching of the Reformation: Recalling the Scottish Confession of 1560, trans. Haire, J. L. M. and Henderson, Ian (Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2005 [1938]), pp. 8 – 9. 23 These three areas are found in CD I/2, pp. 597–603, 603–20 and 620–60, respectively. 24 CD I/2, p. 603. 25 Ibid. 26 Ibid., p. 604. 27 Although ...


As we journey into the life and writings of Karl Barth (1886-1968) I want you to see the challenge that confronted him in the same way that you must see the challenge that confronts us in the Christian world of belief today. Barth starts out by defining Theology as: The Study of the doctrine of God. This appears to be a pretty conservative definition. But Barth states that man cannot study God ...

Karl Barth's No! to Natural Theology: Secular Parables of ...

Karl Barth said "Natural theology is the doctrine of union of man with God existing outside God's revelation in Jesus Christ." (CD II/1) [1]. It is possible to discern scientific, mathematical and philosophical truths through the study of the natural world, however (according to Barth), knowledge of God may not be ascertained in this way. The ...

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Karl Barth (1886-1968) was a Swiss Reformed theologian, who was (arguably) the greatest Protestant theologian of the twentieth century. His many books include The Epistle to the Romans , Protestant Theology in the Nineteenth Century , The Word of God and the Word of Man , Evangelical Theology: An Introduction , The Humanity Of God , Final Testimonies , and many more.

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Barth’s Doctrine of Analogy of Faith | SpringerLink

For a penetrating study of the dialectical method in Römerbrief see H. U. von Balthasar, Karl Barth: Darstellung und Deutung seiner Theologie (Köln, 1951), pp. 79–93. Balthasar defines dialectic as a method “das seinen Gegenstand in Aussage und Gegenaussage, in einem Sic et Non zu treffen sucht” (p. 80). Balthasar concludes his study of the use of dialectic in theology with the ...

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Adrian Langdon God the Eternal Contemporary

The relation of the eternal God to time and history has perplexed theologians and philosophers for centuries. How can Christians describe a God who is distinct from time but acts within it? This book presents one creative and profound approach to this perennial theme by examining the theology of Karl Barth. Contrary to interpretations of Barth that suggest he held a view of eternity as abstracted from time and history, this comprehensive study suggests that he provides a more complex and fruitful understanding. Rather than defining eternity in a negative relation to time, Barth relates eternity and time with reference to such doctrines as the Trinity and incarnation. This ensures overcoming what he saw as the «Babylonian Captivity» of an abstract philosophical definition of eternity that developed in the Western tradition. The central argument of the book suggests an analogia trinitaria temporis, a basic analogy between the eternal being of God and God's creating and activity within time. Also, implicit in Barth's view is a narrative view of time, similar to the view of Paul Ricoeur, which unfolds as the Church Dogmatics develops.

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James P. Haley The Humanity of Christ

This work is a critical analysis of Karl Barth's unique adoption of the concepts anhypostasis and enhypostasis to explain Christ's human nature in union with the Logos, which becomes the ontological foundation that Barth uses to explain Jesus Christ as very God and very man. The significance of these concepts in Barth's Christology first emerges in the Gottingen Dogmatics and is then more fully developed throughout the Church Dogmatics. Barth's unique coupling together of anhypostasis and enhypostasis provides the ontological grounding, flexibility, and precision that so uniquely characterizes his Christology. As such, Barth expresses the Word became flesh as the revelation of God that flows out of the coalescence of Christ's human nature with his divine nature as the mediation of reconciliation. This ontological dynamic provides the impetus for Barth's critique of Chalcedon's static definition of the union of divine and human natures in Christ from which Barth transitions to an active definition of these two natures. Not only does anhypostasis and enhypostasis explain the dynamic union between the divine and human natures in Christ, but also the dynamic union between Jesus Christ and his Church, which reaches its apex in the reconciliation of humanity with God, in Christ. The ontological foundation of anhypostasis and enhypostasis in Christ's union with his Church explains the importance of the royal man in understanding genuine human nature, the exaltation of human nature, and the sanctification of human nature.

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Pierre Maury Election, Barth, and the French Connection, 2nd Edition

Karl Barth's famous account of the doctrine of election in his mammoth Dogmatics has been described as the heart of his theology–a great hymn to the grace of God in Christ. Discover the person who initially stimulated Barth's mammoth reworking of the «classical» view of the doctrine–pastor/theologian Pierre Maury (1890-1956). Their close friendship and especially a seminal paper Maury gave in 1936 entitled «Election and Faith» helped stimulate Barth's reflection. Discover some never-before-translated works of Maury as well as a revision of a previously published piece on predestination. In this revised and expanded second edition, seven theologians reflect on the significance of these works for us today from historical, textual, pastoral, and theological standpoints, and seek to draw conclusions for us in our contemporary setting.

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Karl Barth Ethics

Originally published in German in an edition edited by Dietrich Braun, Karl Barth's Ethics is at last available in English. This volume, containing lectures given as courses at the University at Munster in 1928 and 1929, represents Barth's first systematic attempt at a theological account of Christian ethics.
Although composed over fifty years ago, just prior to Barth's thirty-year devotion to Church Dogmatics, many of its themes, problems, and conclusions are astonishingly relevant today (his critique of competitiveness and of technology, for example). While this work is concerned with the foundations of ethics, it also reveals Barth's highly practical interest in ethics and his special concern to avoid legalism and yet to maintain a structured divine command.
Barth's ethics are arranged on a Trinitarian basis, dealing in succession with the command of God the Creator (life), the command of God the Reconciler (law), and the command of God the Redeemer (promise).

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Karl Barth God In Action

In this series of lectures delivered in the period immediately preceding World War II, Barth addresses the major topics of systematic theology. The reader gets a glimpse of the depth of Barth's thinking in these brief discourses, which he expanded upon greatly in his major work, 'Church Dogmatics.' In an Appendix, Barth answers question from the audience regarding the last essay.
Contents 1. Revelation 2. The Church 3. Theology 4. The Ministry of the Word 5. The Christian as Witness Appendix

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Nevena Dimitrova Human Knowledge According to Saint Maximus the Confessor

This book is dedicated to the synergic process of divine-human communion in the humanly possible knowledge of God, according to Saint Maximus the Confessor. These various types of knowledge play an important, but as yet unexplored role in Maximus the Confessor's teaching on God, which in many respects appears to be a synthesis and culmination of the Greek patristic tradition and the antecedent of ancient pre-Christian and Christian philosophy. Focus on this problem brings forth the major issues of Maximus' psychology: the «soul-body» relationship and a detailed examination of the cognitive capacities of the soul, including the perception of the senses, rational activity, and operations of the mind. The indivisibility of the gnoseological issues from medieval man is traced in an examination of the cognitive levels within the trichotomic structure of practical philosophy, natural contemplation, and theology. The two methods–both affirmative (cataphatic) and negative (apophatic)–demonstrate the two rational discourses in human knowledge of God. Special attention is given to the understanding of hexis (ἕξις) and gnomi (γνώμη) concepts and their crucial place in the cognitive structure, leading to knowledge of God as Goodness and of God as Truth.

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Kenneth Oakes Reading Karl Barth

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.

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Группа авторов Karl Barth and Radical Politics, Second Edition

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.

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Arata Miyamoto Embodied Cross

The cross carries the polar memories of history. One memory is the terrible violence imposed on Jesus, and the other is the memory of faith in the midst of the deepest abyss in human history. A theology of the cross contextualizes the dangerous combination of these memories in the present reality of life and death. A theology of the cross is thoroughly preoccupied with the agency of God, but not in a way that deals with the systematic apologetics of the knowledge of God. It deals with the knowledge of God before it becomes knowledge. It is the matter of the living and dying of our life. This book explores theologians of the cross in a global flow and proposes an intercontextual perspective of theology.

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Mark R. Lindsay Reading Auschwitz with Barth

It has been widely accepted that few individuals had as great an influence on the church and its theology during the twentieth century as Karl Barth (1886-1968). His legacy continues to be explored and explained, with theologians around the world and from across the ecumenical spectrum vigorously debating the doctrinal ramifications of Barth's insights. What has been less readily accepted is that the Holocaust of the Jews had an equally profound effect, and that it, too, entails far-reaching consequences for the church's understanding of itself and its God. In this groundbreaking book, Barth and the Holocaust are brought into deliberate dialogue with one another to show why the church should heed both their voices, and how that may be done.

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