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Justification; the doctrine of Karl Barth and a Catholic reflection. With a letter by Karl Barth.

Author: Hans Küng
Publisher: New York, Nelson [1964]
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Küng, Hans, 1928-
Justification.
New York, Nelson [1964]
(OCoLC)588952921
Named Person: Karl Barth
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans Küng
OCLC Number: 385096
Description: xxvi, 332 pages 22 cm
Contents: Karl Barth's theology of justification. An alien language --
Justification : what is the central problem? --
Justification in the total context of Barth's theology --
The eternal foundation of justification --
the covenant : prerequisite for justification --
Justification in reconciliation : the fulfullment of the broken covenant --
Prospect and retrospect --
Jesus Christ : our justification --
The rejection of the sinner --
Fallen man --
God's justice against the injustice of man --
An alien justice : our own justice --
The just man --
Justification and sanctification --
Through faith alone --
Love and works --
The foundation of Christian existence --
The justification of man as the self-justification of God --
Open questions. An attempt at a Catholic response. The theology of justification past and present --
The Redeemer Jesus Christ --
Creation as a salvation event --
Sin and death in the plan of salvation --
The wretchedness of sin --
The ruin of man --
A variety of foundations? --
Grace as graciousness --
The declaration of the sinner's justice --
Justification in Christ's death and resurrection --
Simul Iustus et paccator --
Sola fide --
Soli Deo gloria --
Divided in faith? --
Excursus : the Redeemer in God's eternity.
Responsibility: Translated from the German by Thomas Collins, Edmund E. Tolk, and David Granskou.

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