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Engaging with Barth : contemporary evangelical critiques

Author: David Gibson; Daniel Strange; Henri Blocher; Carl R Trueman
Publisher: Nottingham, England : Apollos, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Karl Barth's theological legacy provides both opportunity and challenge for historic, confessional evangelicalism." "This volume engages critically and courteously with Barth on a range of vital topics where, for the contributors, his interpretation of Scripture, reading of church history, and confession of Christian doctrine are unsatisfactory. This engagement is offered as a positive contribution to the wider  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Aufsatzsammlung
Named Person: Karl Barth; Karl Barth; Karl Barth; Karl Barth
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Gibson; Daniel Strange; Henri Blocher; Carl R Trueman
ISBN: 9781844742455 1844742458
OCLC Number: 182730782
Description: 403 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction / David Gibson and Daniel Strange --
Karl Barth's Christocentric method / Henri Blocher --
Does it matter if Christian doctrine is contradictory?: Barth on logic and theology / Sebastian Rehnman --
Karl Barth as historical theologian: the recovery of Reformed theology in Barth's early dogmatics / Ryan Glomsrud --
Karl Barth and covenant theology / A.T.B. McGown --
The day of God's mercy: Romans 9-11 in Barth's doctrine of election / David Gibson --
Witness to the word: on Barth's doctrine of Scripture / Mark D. Thompson --
A private love?: Karl Barth and the triune God / Michael J. Ovey --
Karl Barth and the doctrine of the atonement / Garry J. Williams --
Karl Barth and the visibility of God / Paul Helm --
Karl Barth and Jonathan Edwards on reprobation (and hell) / Oliver D. Crisp --
'Church' dogmatics: Karl Barth as ecclesial theologian / Donald Macleod --
A stony jar: the legacy of Karl Barth for evangelical theology / Michael S. Horton.
Responsibility: edited by David Gibson and Daniel Strange ; [contributors, Henri Blocher [and others] ; foreword by Carl R. Trueman].

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"Karl Barth's theological legacy provides both opportunity and challenge for historic, confessional evangelicalism." "This volume engages critically and courteously with Barth on a range of vital topics where, for the contributors, his interpretation of Scripture, reading of church history, and confession of Christian doctrine are unsatisfactory. This engagement is offered as a positive contribution to the wider programme of constructive theological reflection that seeks to articulate the gospel of Jesus Christ in and for the contemporary world, in the conviction that the 'pattern of sound teaching' (2 Timothy 1:13) really matters."--BOOK JACKET.

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