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Fri Mar 21 17:13:34 2014 UTClccn-n790697650.35Karl Barth's critically realistic dialectical theology its genesis and development, 1909-1936 /0.470.59Anselm: Fides quaerens intellectum64001331Karl_Barthn 79069765302586Ba te 1886-1968Bart, Karl 1886-1968Barth, K.Barth, K., 1886-1968Barth, K. (Karl), 1886-1968Barth, KarlBarth, Karl D.Barth, KarolBarth, Karol, 1886-1968Barth, Károly 1886-1968Baruto, Kāru 1886-1968Barŭtʻŭ, 1886-1968Barutu, KalBarŭtʻŭ, Kʻal, 1886-1968Bate, 1886-1968Parutu, KalParŭtʻŭ, Kʻal, 1886-1968Барт, К. (Карл), 1886-1968Барт, Карл, 1886-1968בארת, קרל, 1886-1968カール·バルト, 1886-1968バルト, Kバルト, カール巴特, 1886-1968lccn-n79084784Jesus Christlccn-n79055354Bromiley, Geoffrey Williamtratrledtcrelccn-n79032119Bultmann, Rudolf1884-1976crelccn-n80161589Stoevesandt, Hinrichedtlccn-n81126162Torrance, Thomas F.(Thomas Forsyth)1913-2007traedtcrelccn-n79123944Calvin, Jean1509-1564lccn-n50033787Busch, Eberhard1937-auipbdedtlccn-n80032769Schleiermacher, Friedrich1768-1834lccn-n79026678Brunner, Emil1889-1966clblccn-n79041716Catholic ChurchBarth, Karl1886-1968HistoryCommentariesBiographySermonsIntroductionsControversial literatureBarth, Karl,Theology, DoctrinalTheologyBibleTheologiansBible.--RomansApostles' CreedGermanyChristian ethics--Reformed authorsHermeneuticsSwitzerlandReconciliation--Religious aspects--ChristianityJesus ChristChristologyChristianityCalvin, Jean,Protestant churches--DoctrinesSwitzerland--BaselChristian ethicsGerman language--RhetoricStyle, LiteraryBible.--IsaiahNatural theologyHolocaust (Christian theology)IsraelJudaism--Relations--ChristianityChristianity and other religions--JudaismLehre von der Versöhnung (Barth, Karl)Schleiermacher, Friedrich,Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,Troeltsch, Ernst,Ritschl, Albrecht,Kierkegaard, Søren,God--Proof, OntologicalHoly Spirit--Procession--History of doctrinesReformed ChurchReformed Church--ClergyGod (Christianity)--Knowableness--History of doctrinesAmerican fictionRedemption in literatureComic, The, in literatureFiction--Religious aspects--ChristianityLibertyUpdike, JohnInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)O'Connor, FlanneryChristianity and literatureChristian fiction, AmericanPercy, Walker,Mind and 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.53Barth, KarlChurch dogmatics : a selectionHistoryThe most important theological work of the 20th century in a new edition! Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics is one of the major theological works of the 20th century. The Swiss-German theologian Karl Barth (1886-1968) was the most original and significant Reformed theologian of the twentieth century. He was one of the central figures in the Confessing Church in Germany, which opposed the Nazi Regime. Barth began the Church Dogmatics in 1932 and continued working on its thirteen volumes until the end of his life. Barth's writings continue to guide and instruct the preaching and teaching of pastors and academics worldwide. The English translation was prepared by a team of scholars and edited by G. W. Bromiley and T. F. Torrance and published from 1936. A team of scholars and specialists at Princeton Theological Seminary have started revising the existing translation. The first step was the translation of Greek, Latin, Hebrew and French passages into English. The original is now presented alongside the English translation. This makes the work more reader friendly and accessible to the growing number of students who do not have a working knowledge of the ancient languages. This new edition with translations is presented for the first time in print. The new edition is presented in a new bigger format and broken down into 31 paperback volumes. - Publisher+-+8865452105324192844ocn000383247book19320.47Barth, KarlThe Epistle to the RomansCommentaries+-+1947550465182335ocn000385117book19630.37Barth, KarlEvangelical theology : an introductionIntroductions+-+1463637535176044ocn000254853book19470.50Barth, KarlDogmatics in outline+-+8383759885324169318ocn000381997book19280.53Barth, KarlThe word of God and the word of man+-+9440619935162121ocn000390575book19590.50Barth, KarlProtestant thought: from Rousseau to RitschlHistory158518ocn000384679book19640.37Barth, KarlGod here and nowIn God Here and Now, Barth outlines his position on the fundamental tenets of Christian belief, from the decision of faith to the authority of the Bible, and from the interpretation of grace to the significance of Jesus Christ. - Publisher+-+9024888575125424ocn002631505book19600.47Barth, KarlThe humanity of GodHistory+-+5761579535113914ocn320850488file19590.39Barth, KarlA shorter commentary on RomansCommentariesThis reissue of Barth's A Shorter Commentary on Romans links to the renewed interest today in a 'theological' interpretation of Scripture. In response to the modern preoccupation with what lies behind the text (the author's context), and to a postmodern preoccupation with what lies in front of the text (the reader's context), both theologians and biblical scholars are asking the following questions: 'What is the relationship between the biblical text, interpreter and God?' 'Can the Bible be read both as an historical document and as a text that speaks to us today, and if so, how can it do so?'+-+9202019025107138ocn000371027book19300.59Barth, KarlAnselm: Fides quaerens intellectum+-+8453860645102013ocn000386961book19600.53Barth, KarlCommunity, state, and church; three essaysHistory+-+487499740699227ocn001712742book19560.56Barth, KarlChrist and Adam; man and humanity in Romans 5+-+148199740692023ocn000286320book19720.56Barth, KarlProtestant theology in the nineteenth century; its background & historyHistory+-+33251375358877ocn007178180book19810.53Barth, KarlEthics81623ocn000390910book19610.47Barth, KarlDeliverance to the captives. [SermonsSermons79618ocn000395116book19640.53Barth, KarlThe Heidelberg catechism for todayControversial literature7788ocn727948484com20060.39Barth, KarlOn religion the revelation of God as the sublimation of religionThe study of Karl Barth has generally been excluded from religious studies departments in favour of more liberal theologians such as Tillich. For many years scholar Garrett Green has argued that there is no justification for this neglect. To support his theory that Barth can and should be studied as a religious theorist rather than just a theologian, Garrett Green presents a brand new translation of Chapter 17 of Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics prefaced by a detailed introduction to the text. This important new translation counters the idea that Barth rejected the notion of religion out of hand by correcting a number of errors in the original version that obscure Barth's central argument. In particular the crucial word, Aufhebung, in the title is translated here as sublimation rather than abolition. The translation will do better justice to the German original and will be more accessible to contemporary readers. Unlike the original version, all Greek, Latin and Hebrew citations are translated into English, and the NRSV is used for the Bible quotes rather than the King James. The translation is accompanied by a text by Garrett Green introducing the scholar and student to Barth as a religious theorist. The book concludes with appendices containing teaching materials and a summary of developed by the author in the classroom over years+-+345685210572511ocn007007349book19810.53Barth, KarlThe Christian life : church dogmatics IV, 4 : lecture fragments+-+014935210570924ocn000170138book19350.53Barth, KarlCredo+-+646670240669926ocn000387260book19580.56Barth, KarlThe faith of the Church : a commentary on the Apostle's Creed according to Calvin's CatechismHistory193015ocn045733949com19950.35McCormack, Bruce LKarl Barth's critically realistic dialectical theology its genesis and development, 1909-1936BiographyBarth was perhaps the most influential theologian of the 20th century. McCormack demonstrates that the fundamental decision which would control the whole of Barth's development was already made when Barth was at work on his first commentary on Romans+-+910417346532411137ocn002706911book19760.50Busch, EberhardKarl Barth : his life from letters and autobiographical textsBiography+-+341670240611094ocn042636923com19890.47Webb, Stephen HRe-figuring theology the rhetoric of Karl Barth11046ocn319491603file20050.47Clough, DavidEthics in crisis interpreting Barth's ethicsCriticism, interpretation, etcAnnotation+-+958181902532410947ocn320775933file20080.47Gignilliat, Mark SKarl Barth and the Fifth Gospel Barth's theological exegesis of IsaiahCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyToday's biblical scholars and dogmaticians are giving a significant amount of attention to the topic of theological exegesis. A resource turned to for guidance and insight in this discussion is the history of interpretation, and Karl Barth's voice registers loudly as a helpful model for engaging Scripture and its subject matter. Most readers of Barth's theological exegesis encounter him on the level of his New Testament exegesis. This is understandable from several different vantage points. Unfortunately, Barth's theological exegesis of the Old Testament has not received the attention it deser+-+710301902510823ocn367596649com20070.47Lindsay, Mark RBarth, Israel, and Jesus Karl Barth's theology of IsraelHistoryThe attitude of Karl Barth to Israel and the Jews has long been the subject of heated controversy amongst historians and theologians. The question that has so far predominated in the debate has been Barth's attitude, both theologically and practically, towards the Jews during the period of the Third Reich and the Holocaust itself. How, if at all, did Barth's attitudes change in the post-war years? Did Barth's own theologising in the aftermath of the Holocaust take that horrendous event into account in his later writings on Israel and the Jews? Mark Lindsay explores such questions through a dee+-+6235019025106919ocn000330074book19370.59Mackintosh, H. RTypes of modern theology; Schleiermacher to BarthHistoryIntroductory.-The theology of feeling: Schleiermacher's interpretation of religion.-The theology of feeling: Schleiermacher's interpretation of Christianity.-The theology of speculative relationalisms: Hegel and the Hegelians.-The theology of moral values: Albrecht Ritschl.-The theology of scientific religious history: Ernst Troeltsch.-The theology of paradox: Soren Kierkegaard.-The theology of the Word of God: Karl Barth10667ocn025711173book19930.53Barr, JamesBiblical faith and natural theology : the Gifford lectures for 1991, delivered in the University of EdinburghDo people know about God just by being human beings, or do they need special divine assistance, through the Bible and the church, before they can know anything about God? This book examines what the Bible itself says on the question, and considers its impact on our religious ideas+-+212817346510647ocn367596937com20070.39Wood, DonaldBarth's theology of interpretationThrough his single-minded insistence on the priority of the Bible in the life of the church, Karl Barth (1886-1968) decisively shaped the course of twentieth-century Christian theology. Drawing on both familiar texts and recently published archival material, Barth's Theology of Interpretation sheds new light on Barth's account of just what it is that scripture gives and requires. In tracing the movement of Barth's earlier thinking about scriptural reading, the book also raises important questions about the ways in which Barth can continue to influence contemporary discussions about the theolog+-+020901902510364ocn500685115com20090.39Guretzki, DavidKarl Barth on the FilioqueDespite the burgeoning literature on Karl Barth, his doctrine of the Holy Spirit continues to be under-appreciated by his friends and critics alike. Yet, while Barth's commitment to the doctrine of the procession of the Holy Spirit from the Father and the Son (Filioque) is well-known, many scholars dismiss his stand as ecumenically untenable and few have bothered to subject his stance on the Filioque to close theological analysis. For those interested in this long-standing ecumenical point of contention between Eastern and Western trinitarian theology, this book will show how Barth's doctrine+-+49521190259633ocn754773680com20100.47Rose, MatthewEthics with Barth God, metaphysics, and morals"The work of Barth is central to the history of modern western theology and remains a major voice in contemporary constructive theology. His writings have been the subject of intensive scrutiny and re-evaluation over the past two decades, notably on the part of English-language Barth scholars who have often been at the forefront of fresh interpretation and creative appropriation of his theology. Study of Barth, both by graduate students and by established scholars, is a significant enterprise; literature on him and conferences devoted to his work abound; the Karl Barth Archive in Switzerland and the Center for Brath Studies at Princeton give institutional profile to these interests. Barth's work is also considered by many to be a significant resource for the intellectual life of the churches." "Drawing from the wide pool of Barth scholarship, and including translations of Barth's works, this series aims to function as a means by which writing on Barth, of the highest scholarly calibre, can find publication. The series builds upon and furthers the interest in Barth's work in the theological academy and the church"--BOOK JACKET+-+28715945969625ocn182530189com20050.50Kooi, Cornelis van derAs in a mirror John Calvin and Karl Barth on knowing God : a diptychAnnotation+-+K2638695549262ocn017548416book19880.39Wood, Ralph CThe comedy of redemption : Christian faith and comic vision in four American novelistsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc8904ocn686710396com20080.47Cortez, MarcEmbodied souls, ensouled bodies an exercise in Christological anthropology and its significance for the mind/body debateThe book explores the relationship between Christology and theological anthropology through the lens provided by the theology of Karl Barth and the mind/body discussion in contemporary philosophy of mind. It thus comprises two major sections. The first develops an understanding of Karl Barth's theological anthropology focusing on three major facets: (1) the centrality of Jesus Christ for any real understanding of human persons; (2) the resources that such a christologically determined view of human nature has for engaging in interdisciplinary discourse; and (3) the ontological implications of+-+13188521058708ocn000244389book19600.50Casalis, GeorgesPortrait of Karl Barth8666ocn558716619file20080.39Gibson, DavidReading the decree exegesis, election and Christology in Calvin and BarthWhat role does the interpretation of Scripture play in theological construction? In Reading the Decree David Gibson examines the exegesis of election in John Calvin and Karl Barth, and considers the relationship between election and Christology in their thought. He argues that for both Calvin and Barth their doctrine of election and its exegetical moorings are christologically shaped, but in significantly different ways. Building on Richard A. Muller's conceptual distinction between Calvin's soteriological christocentrism and Barth's principial christocentrism, Gibson carefully explores their+-+29231921058435ocn746852336com20010.47Jüngel, EberhardGod's being is in becoming the trinitarian being of God in the theology of Karl Barth : a paraphraseStarting with an analysis of the close relation of Trinity and revelation in Barth, Jngel goes on to look at Barth's action of divine objectivity in relation to human subjectivity. He closes with a discussion of the ontological implications of God's self-manifestation at the Cross. This translation of Jngel's Gottes Sein ist in Werden also incorporates material from the 1975 German edition, together with a substantial new introduction by Professor John Webster+-+K04793753581414ocn042823713book20000.56Webster, J. BThe Cambridge companion to Karl Barth"This book introducing Karl Barth is written by leading scholars of his work, drawn from Europe and North America. They offer challenging yet accessible accounts of the major features of Barth's theological work, especially as it has become available through the publication of his collected works, and interact with the very best of contemporary Barth scholarship. The contributors also assess Barth's significance for contemporary constructive theology, and his place in the history of twentieth century Christian thought. The Companion both sums up and extends recent renewed interest in Barth's theology, especially among English-speaking theologians, and shows him to be once again a major voice in constructive theology."--BOOK JACKET+-+55103067057914ocn008689792book19820.37Ramm, Bernard LAfter fundamentalism : the future of evangelical theology7905ocn000386308book19660.37Barth, KarlHow I changed my mind+-+5761579535+-+5761579535Fri Mar 21 15:34:03 EDT 2014batch175459