SPCK Introduction to Karl Barth

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SPCK, Jan 1, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 128 pages
Terrific . . . This really is a readable, accessible introduction that takes account of some of the most recent Barth scholarship. It is highly recommended for those coming to Barth's work for the first time' Oliver D. Crisp, Reader in Theology, University of Bristol D. Densil Morgan makes Barth's often complex, rich and provocative thinking accessible to a wide audience. He provides an introduction to the daunting, multi volume The Church Dogmatics, sketches the central themes of Barth's work and familiarizes the reader with the way Barth approached theological issues.
 

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Contents

Preface
The pastor of Safenwil
The Bonn years
The doctrine of
The doctrine of reconciliation
A guide to further reading
Copyright

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Professor D. Densil Morgan holds a personal chair at the University of Bangor and has previously taught at Princeton Theological Seminary in the United States. He is the author of The Humble God: a Basic Course in Christian Doctrine and is currently writing a volume on the reception of the theology of Karl Barth in Britain.

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