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Karl Barth and the future of evangelical theology

Author: Christian T Collins Winn; John L Drury
Publisher: Eugene, Oregon : Cascade Books, [2014] ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The theology of Karl Barth has been a productive dialogue partner for evangelical theology. For too long, however, the dialogue has been dominated by questions of orthodoxy. The present volume seeks to contribute to the conversation through a creative reconfiguration of both partners in the conversation, neither of whom can be rightly understood as preservers of Protestant Orthodoxy. Rather, American evangelicalism  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Karl Barth; Karl Barth
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christian T Collins Winn; John L Drury
ISBN: 1608996824 9781608996827
OCLC Number: 896840069
Description: xxiv, 289 pages : portrait ; 23 cm
Contents: Part 1: Reframing the Conversation: Chapter 1: Karl Barth and Evangelicalism, the Varieties of a Sibling Rivalry / Donald W. Dayton --
Chapter 2: Karl Barth and Pietism / Eberhard Busch --
Chapter 3: Bringing an Elephant and a Whale into Conversation / Kimlyn J. Bender --
Part 2: Reconceiving Christian Experience and Practice: Chapter 4: Christ in Us, The Hope of Glory or the Sentimentality of a "Bohemian Private Enterprise"? Barth, Pietists, and Pentecostals / Terry L. Cross --
Chapter 5: Karl Barth on Fellowship with Jesus Christ, The Calling of the Christian / James Nelson --
Chapter 6: Barth and Testimony / John L. Drury --
Chapter 7: Jesus's Earthly Father as Protector and Example for the Church, How Karl Barth's Theology Challenges the Contemporary Evangelical Masculinist Movement / Stina Busman Jost --
Chapter 8: "Thy Kingdom Come!" Karl Barth and the Promise of a Prophetic Evangelical Church / Christian T. Collins Winn and Peter Goodwin Heltzel --
Part 3: Renewing Christian Doctrine: Chapter 9: "Speak, for Your Servant Is Listening", Barth, Prayer, and Theological Method / Joel D. Lawrence --
Chapter 10: Better News Hath No Evangelical than This, Barth, Election, and the Recovery of the Gospel from Evangelicalism's Territorial Disputes / Chris Boesel --
Chapter 11: God Says What the Text Says, Another Look at Karl Barth's View of Scripture / Frank D. Macchia --
Chapter 12: The Church as "Witness", Karl Barth and the Missional Church / Kyle A. Roberts --
Chapter 13: Jesus Christ as the One and Only Sacrament / Kurt Anders Richardson --
Chapter 14: Eschatology from Basel to Azusa Street, The Voices of Karl Barth and Pentecostalism in Dialogue / Peter Althouse.
Responsibility: edited by Christian T. Collins Winn and John L. Drury ; foreword by William J. Abraham.

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The theology of Karl Barth has been a productive dialogue partner for evangelical theology. For too long, however, the dialogue has been dominated by questions of orthodoxy. The present volume seeks to contribute to the conversation through a creative reconfiguration of both partners in the conversation, neither of whom can be rightly understood as preservers of Protestant Orthodoxy. Rather, American evangelicalism is identified with the revivalist forms of Protestantism that arose in the post-Reformation era, while Barth is revisited as a theologian attuned both to divine and human agency. In the ensuing conversation questions of orthodoxy are not eliminated, but subordinated to a concern for the life of God and God's people. This volume brings together seasoned Barth scholars, evangelical theologians, and some younger voices, united by a common desire to rethink both Karl Barth and evangelical theology. By offering an alternative to the dominant constraints, the book opens up new avenues for fruitful conversation on Barth and the future of evangelical theology.

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