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Wiley Blackwell Companion to Karl Barth [Kietas viršelis]

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  • Formatas: Hardback, 1016 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 254x173x62 mm, weight: 2072 g
  • Serija: Wiley Blackwell Companions to Religion
  • Išleidimo metai: 13-Feb-2020
  • Leidėjas: Wiley-Blackwell
  • ISBN-10: 1119156564
  • ISBN-13: 9781119156567
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  • Formatas: Hardback, 1016 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 254x173x62 mm, weight: 2072 g
  • Serija: Wiley Blackwell Companions to Religion
  • Išleidimo metai: 13-Feb-2020
  • Leidėjas: Wiley-Blackwell
  • ISBN-10: 1119156564
  • ISBN-13: 9781119156567
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The most comprehensive scholarly survey of Karl Barth’s theology ever published

Karl Barth, arguably the most influential theologian of the 20th century, is widely considered one of the greatest thinkers within the history of the Christian tradition. Readers of Karl Barth often find his work both familiar and strange: the questions he considers are the same as those Christian theologians have debated for centuries, but he often addresses these questions in new and surprising ways. The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Karl Barth helps readers understand Barth’s theology and his place in the Christian tradition through a new lens.

Covering nearly every topic related to Barth’s life and thought, this work spans two volumes, comprising 66 in-depth chapters written by leading experts in the field. Volume One explores Barth’s dogmatic theology in relation to traditional Christian theology, provides historical timelines of Barth’s life and works, and discusses his significance and influence. Volume Two examines Barth’s relationship to various figures, movements, traditions, religions, and events, while placing his thought in its theological, ecumenical, and historical context. This groundbreaking work:

  • Places Barth into context with major figures in the history of Christian thought, presenting a critical dialogue between them
  • Features contributions from a diverse team of scholars, each of whom are experts in the subject
  • Provides new readers of Barth with an introduction to the most important questions, themes, and ideas in Barth’s work
  • Offers experienced readers fresh insights and interpretations that enrich their scholarship
  • Edited by established scholars with expertise on Barth’s life, his theology, and his significance in Christian tradition

An important contribution to the field of Barth scholarship, the Wiley Blackwell Companion to Karl Barth is an indispensable resource for scholars and students interested in the work of Karl Barth, modern theology, or systematic theology. 

Volume 1: Barth and Dogmatics Preface Abbreviations I. The Life of Karl Barth Professional Timeline Personal Timeline
1. Karl Barth: His Historical and Theological Significance - Christiane Tietz II. Barth on Doctrinal Topics
2. Barth on the Trinity - Paul D. Molnar
3. Barth on the Filioque - David Guretzki
4. Barth on Divine Election - David Gibson
5. Barth on Revelation - Matthew Bruce
6. Barth on Holy Scripture - Katherine Sonderegger
7. Barth on Theological Method - Kevin Hector
8. Barth on Natural Theology - Keith L. Johnson
9. Barth on Creeds and Confessions - David Lauber
10. Barth on Creation - David Chao
11. Barth on Providence - Sung-Sup Kim
12. Barth on the Incarnation - Robert B. Price
13. Barth on the Atonement - Adam Johnson
14. Barth on Christ's Resurrection - John Drury
15. Barth on Christ's Ascension - Andrew Burgess
16. Barth on Theological Anthropology - Jeffrey Skaff
17. Barth on Sin - Matt Jenson
18. Barth on Evil and Nothingness - Wolf Kroetke
19. Barth on Death - Cambria Kaltwasser
20. Barth on the Holy Spirit - JinHyok Kim
21. Barth on the Church - Kimlyn Bender
22. Barth on Preaching - William Willimon
23. Barth on Baptism - W. Travis McMaken
24. Barth on the Lord's Supper - Martha Moore Keish
25. Barth on Justification - Shannon Smythe
26. Barth on Sanctification - Jason Goroncy
27. Barth on Vocation - Paul Nimmo
28. Barth on the Church in Mission - Hannah Reichel
29. Barth on Participation in Christ - Adam Neder
30. Barth on the Christian Life - Marco Hofheinz
31. Barth on the Ethics of Creation - Jonathan Lett
32. Barth on Love - Gerald McKenny
33. Barth on Prayer - Andrew Purves
34. Barth on Religion - Michael Weinrich Volume 2: Barth in Dialogue III. Barth and Major Figures
35. Barth and Augustine - Han-luen Kantzer Komline
36. Barth and Anselm - Paul Dafydd Jones
37. Barth and Aquinas - Nicholas M. Healy
38. Barth and Luther - George Hunsinger
39. Barth and Calvin - Randall Zachman
40. Barth and Post-Reformation Theology - Rinse Reeling Brouwer
41. Barth and Edwards - Kyle Strobel
42. Barth and Kant - John Hare
43. Barth and Hegel - Nicholas Adams
44. Barth and Schleiermacher - Ryan Glomsrud
45. Barth and Kierkegaard - David Gouwens
46. Barth and Bonhoeffer - John de Gruchy
47. Barth and Bultmann - Joe Mangina
48. Barth and Tillich - George Hunsinger
49. Barth and Rahner - James J. Buckley
50. Barth and Balthasar - D. Stephen Long
51. Barth and R. Niebuhr - Stanley Hauerwas
52. Barth and Frei - Ben Fulford
53. Barth and T. F. Torrance - David A. S. Fergusson
54. Barth and Jungel - R. David Nelson
55. Barth and Charlotte von Kirschbaum - Eberhard Busch
56. Barth and Tolkein - George Hunsinger IV. Barth and Major Themes
57. Barth and Modern Liberal Theology - Gary Dorrien
58. Barth and Biblical Studies - Mark S. Gignilliat
59. Barth and Theological Exegesis - Richard Burnett
60. Barth on Actualistic Ontology - Shao Kai Tseng
61. Barth and Philosophy - Kevin Diller
62. Barth and the Natural Sciences - Andrew Torrance
63. Barth and Interdisciplinary Method - Deborah van Deusen Hunsinger
64. Barth and Practical Theology - Richard R. Osmer
65. Barth and Liberation Theology - Nathan Hieb
66. Barth and Near and Distant Neighbors - Derek Alan Woodard-Lehman
67. Barth and the Ecumenical Movement - Michael Welker
68. Barth and Roman Catholicism - Amy Marga
69. Barth and Eastern Orthodoxy - John Burgess
70. Barth and the Religions - Sven Ensminger
71. Barth and the Jews - Mark Lindsay
72. Barth and Islam - Glenn Chestnutt
73. Barth and Sexual Difference -- Faye Bodley-D'Angelo
74. Barth and Socialism - Andreas Pangritz
75. Barth and War - Matthew Puffer
76. Barth and the Weimar Republic - Rudy Koshar
77. Barth and the Nazi Revolution - Arne Rasmusson
George Hunsinger is the Hazel Thompson McCord Professor of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. He is an ordained Presbyterian minister, founder of the National Religious Campaign Against Torture, a delegate to the official Reformed/Roman Catholic International Dialogue, and 2010 recipient of the international Karl Barth Prize. Keith L. Johnson is Associate Professor of Theology at Wheaton College, where he also serves as the Co-Director of the Wheaton Center for Faith and Innovation. In addition to several edited volumes, he is the author of The Essential Karl Barth: A Reader and Commentary, Theology as Discipleship, and Karl Barth and the Analogia Entis.