Westminster Handbook To Karl Barth
Featuring essays from renowned scholars, this volume in the Westminster Handbooks to Christian Theology series provides an insightful and comprehensive overview of the theology of Karl Barth (1886-1968). This volume offers concise descriptions of Barth’s key terms and concepts, while also identifying the intricate connections within Barth’s theological vocabulary. Masterfully compiled and edited, this volume features the largest team of Barth scholars ever gathered to interpret Barth’s theology. The result is a splendid introduction to the most influential theologian of the modern era.
Contributors include Clifford B. Anderson, Michael Beintker, Eberhard Busch, Timothy Gorringe, Garrett Green, Kevin Hector, I. John Hesselink, George Hunsinger, J. Christine Janowski, Paul Dafydd Jones, Joseph L. Mangina, Bruce L. McCormack, Daniel L. Migliore, Paul D. Molnar, Adam Neder, Amy Plantinga Pauw, Gerhard Sauter, Katherine Sonderegger, John Webster, and many others.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780664225308
Editor: Richard Burnett
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: August 2013
Westminster Handbooks To Christian Theology
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
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