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The mystery of God : Karl Barth and the postmodern foundations of theology

Author: William Stacy Johnson
Publisher: Louisville, Ky. : Westminster John Knox Press, ©1997.
Series: Columbia series in Reformed theology.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"Moving beyond traditional ways of reading Karl Barth, William Stacy Johnson proposes an approach that makes Barth relevant for the postmodern period. Recognizing Barth's insight that God is mystery, he suggests that theology is best seen not as a restating of old orthodoxies but as an ongoing response to that divine mystery. Johnson's reassessment of Barth opens exciting possibilities for a new appropriation of  Read more...
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Named Person: Karl Barth; Karl Barth; Karl Barth; Karl Barth; Karl Barth; Karl Barth; Karl Barth
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Stacy Johnson
ISBN: 0664220940 9780664220945
OCLC Number: 36017095
Description: x, 217 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction : Upsetting the balance --
pt. 1. Decentering theology. In quest of the God of theology --
In quest of a theology of God --
The mystery of the triune Gid --
pt. 2. The mystery of God : creator, reconciler, redeemer. God "for" us --
God "with" us --
God "in" and "among" us --
pt. 3. The mystery of the other. An open-ended ethics of otherness --
Ec-centric existence and the centrality of hope --
Conclusion : Karl Barth and the postmodern foundations of theology.
Series Title: Columbia series in Reformed theology.
Responsibility: William Stacy Johnson.

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"Moving beyond traditional ways of reading Karl Barth, William Stacy Johnson proposes an approach that makes Barth relevant for the postmodern period. Recognizing Barth's insight that God is mystery, he suggests that theology is best seen not as a restating of old orthodoxies but as an ongoing response to that divine mystery. Johnson's reassessment of Barth opens exciting possibilities for a new appropriation of Barth's insights for contemporary theology and the church."--BOOK JACKET.

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