Karl Barth


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Swiss Protestant theologian (1886-1968)

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The sermon concludes with Karl Barth urging the inmates to believe in their salvation and live in the light of the glorious truth that they have been saved.
They were drawn together by their common approach to epistemic and systematic questions that provided fertile ground for a fruitful encounter of what nevertheless remained two quite distinct theological worlds: "In his preoccupation with Karl Barth, Balthasar initiated an ecumenical conversation he thought needed to occur without in any way diminishing Catholic truth.
He carefully and fully elucidates the works of Karl Barth and the Utrecht School on the inner dynamics of reformed scholarship on God, and as a contrast examines the model of God proposed by the Utrecht school.
The profound unfaithfulness of the German church during World War II emboldened the 20th century German theologian Karl Barth to break with the Reformed tradition over the practice of infant baptism.
Asked what qualities he believed his successor needed Dr Williams quoted the theologian Karl Barth, who said: "You have to preach with a Bible in one hand and a newspaper in the other.
No surprises, then, that among the theologians most frequently cited are Karl Barth, Dietrich Bonhoeffer and T.
Like most of his work, With the Grain of the Universe is dialogical; Hauerwas develops his own views about the proper relationship of Christian theology to broader secular philosophical and political currents in conversation with three prior Gifford lecturers: William James, Reinhold Niebuhr, and Karl Barth.
Flett, The Witness of God: The Trinity, Missio Dei, Karl Barth and the Nature of Christian Community, Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 2010, 328 pages.
This book offers a new insight into the biography of Heino Falcke, a student of Karl Barth who played a key role in charting a path for the Protestant Church in the German Democratic Republic (GDR) in the years before German unification in 1990.
Neville believes that there are fundamentally two ways to approach religious truth which are exemplified in the two twentieth-century Protestant theologians, Karl Barth and Paul Tillich.
Jung was appointed professor of medical psychology in 1943, the Basel-born theologian Karl Barth was professor of theology from 1935 after escaping from Nazi Germany and the German philosopher Karl Jaspers was freed from a concentration camp in 1945 and went to teach in Basel.
Karl Barth says of the wonder that in the baptism we see: "His free subjection to the will of God.
For example, the stewardship advocated by Karl Barth leaves open the question of whether the human calling as steward is to restore, redeem, or enhance nature entrusted to us.
In this revision of her doctoral dissertation, Rashkover argues that in the Jewish and Christian traditions, the theologies of Franz Rosenzweig (1886-1929) and Karl Barth (1886-1968) can serve as role models for a nonfanatic theopolitics.
As in a Mirror: John Calvin and Karl Barth on Knowing God: A Diptych.