Karl Barth


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Noun1.Karl Barth - Swiss Protestant theologian (1886-1968)
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He describes the presence of theological discussions in networks formed by interwar literary periodicals and how Eliot, Auden, and Jones engaged with theologians Karl Barth, Jacques Maritain and Maurice de la Taille, and Reinhold Niebuhr, Soren Kierkegaard, and Charles Williams, respectively, as well as questions about the relationship between nature and grace, time and eternity, and revelationAEs effects on Christian poetic practice; the nature of sacrament and how it relates to human sign-making; and the relationship between theology and history and how irony serves as the basis for an affirmative poetics and theology.
The collections in the Twentieth Century Religious Thought Library Christianity, Islam, Judaism, and the Digital Karl Barth Library work together for the broadest and deepest insights across religious subjects.
The phrase was coined by none other than Karl Barth, and then echoed by Hans Kung and numerous others.
Yna ceir ysgrif ddiddorol ar "Yr Eglwys Gyffesiadol, yr Eglwysi Rhyddion a'r Bedyddwyr: Cymru ac Ymgiprys Eglwysig yr Almaen yn y 1930au"sy'n asesu ymateb nifer o Fedyddwyr amlwg yng Nghymru i ddyfodiad Hitler fel Canghellor yr Almaen ym 1933 ac yn trafod cynnwys Seren Cymru yn y cyfnod cythryblus hwn ynghyd a hanes y diwinydd Karl Barth.
This was Karl Barth who reformed Calvin's doctrine of predestination by grounding it in Jesus himself and not in some strange, mysterious decision taken behind the back of Christ.
00), Stephen Long presents the unlikely friendship between mid-twentieth-century theologians Karl Barth (Reformed) and Hans Urs von Balthasar (Roman Catholic) with the intent of reigniting current ecumenical dialogue between Protestants and Roman Catholics.
Karl Barth and Hans Urs von Balthasar were among the greatest German-speaking theologians of the last century.
After the Great War, when the integrity of European Christianity was under threat (don't forget, the German army had prayed to the same God), an injection of optimism was delivered by the young theologian Karl Barth, whose humane approach helped to make him the most important Christian thinker of the 20th century.
The doctrine of God in reformed orthodoxy, Karl Barth, and the Utrecht School; a study in method and content.
Karl Barth was the twentieth century's greatest theologian.
Making Waves in the Baptismal Font: Karl Barth and Infant Baptism.
Sheveland, Piety and Responsibility: Patterns of Unity in Karl Rahner, Karl Barth, and Vedanta Desika.