The Barthian Revolt in Modern Theology (Paper)

Theology without Weapons

  • 9780664221515
  • 6x9
  • 256
  • 81.25
  • Paper
  • 0664221513
  • 11/1/1999
  • 7-10 days processing
$ 46.00

Description

In this history of the rise, development, and near-demise of Karl Barth's theology, Gary Dorrien carefully analyzes the making of the Barthian revolution and the reasons behind its simultaneously dominating and marginal character. He discusses Barth's relationship to his predecessors and contemporaries, as well as to modern theologians, and argues that his approach to theology was deeply indebted to his liberal past.

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