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Clark, Gordon Haddon.
Karl Barth's theological method.
Philadelphia, Presbyterian and Reformed Pub. Co., 1963
|Named Person:||Karl Barth; Karl Barth|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gordon Haddon Clark
|Description:||229 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction. Four standpoints ; A critic's difficulties ; The Word of God --
Modernism. Modernism exalts man ; Barth exalts God ; The concept of God ; Derivative doctrines ; Barth and Hitler --
Dogmatic method. The church and the world ; The norm of logic ; Norms two to five ; Axiomatization ; Science, theology, and the church --
Prolegomena and apologetics. Is apologetics possible? ; Common ground ; God's image to man --
Language and knowledge. Barth's rationality ; Hesitation ; An argument on dogma ; Propositions and words ; Skepticism --
The Word of God in its threefold form. The Word of God as preached ; The written Word of God ; The revealed Word of God ; The unity of the three forms ; Has God spoken? ; Contemporaneity --
Verbal revelation. Barth's assertion and denial of biblical authority ; Barth's view of inspiration ; History of the doctrine ; A functioning Christianity.