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  • ISBN 0820450197
  • ISBN13 978-0820450193
  • Language English
  • Author Terry Cross
  • Publisher Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (July 5, 2001)
  • Pages 232
  • Formats lit lrf docx lrf
  • Category Bibles
  • Subcategory Theology
  • Size ePub 1545 kb
  • Size Fb2 1446 kb
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Early in his theological development, the Swiss theologian, Karl Barth, used a philosophical method called dialectic to organize his theological framework. In recent years, rather intense discussion has arisen over the source of Barth's dialectic and whether it remained in effect during the later period of the writing of Church Dogmatics or it diminished in importance under the new rubric of analogy. Terry L. Cross examines the sources of Barth's dialectic and investigates how it continues to operate alongside analogy within Barth's doctrine of God in Church Dogmatics. The conclusion is that Barth's doctrine of God will not work without his special dialectic and analogy – a dialectica fidei as well as an analogia fidei.

Early in his theological development, the Swiss theologian, Karl Barth, used a philosophical method called dialectic to organize his theological framework.

Early in his theological development, the Swiss theologian, Karl Barth, used a philosophical method called dialectic to organize his theological framework. In recent years, rather intense discussion has arisen over the source of Barth's dialectic and whether it remained in effect during the later period of the writing of Church Dogmatics or it diminished in importance under the new rubric of analogy.

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Christian theology should understand God the Totally Other who cannot be known through. reason or human experience.

Orthodox Christian theology is often presented as the direct inheritor of the doctrine and tradition of the early Church. Besides discussing aspects of doctrine, the book portrays the main gures, themes and developments that have shaped Orthodox thought. But continuity with the past is only part of the truth; it would be false to conclude that the eastern section of the Christian Church is in any way static. Orthodoxy, building on its patristic foundations, has blossomed in the modern period. There is particular focus on the Russian and Greek traditions, as well as the dynamic but less well-known Antiochian tradition and the Ortho-dox presence in the West.

Future assessment of Barth’s doctrine of God will quite likely focus on its Trinitarian character, and in several passages Robert Price provides valuable material for such discussions. In that connec- tion, Price’s diagnosis is disenchanting but true, that it is the respective 164 ZDTh58txt.

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Barth's doctrine of God, Christology, and theological anthropology are all intrinsically onto-relational (to .

Barth's doctrine of God, Christology, and theological anthropology are all intrinsically onto-relational (to borrow a term coined by Thomas F. Torrance). In the second volume, Deddo shows how Barth's relational theology is intrinsically ethical. In the first volume, Gary Deddo shows how Barth grasped the nature of relations as intrinsic to the being and act of the Triune God and to God's relations to us and our relationship to God in Christ.

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Dr Gibson's exploration of the complex of issues that arises in the theological intersection of Christology, election and Scripture in Calvin and Barth is deft and dear, and painstaking and fair. The way in which he approaches his task, by fashioning illuminating methodological tools to interrogate the two theologians, is very well done. The result is a fascinating and valuable study. Journal of Theological Studies This rewarding study is a model of theology which is systematic in the best sense: it perceptively illumines the coherence of doctrine, and it does so through analysis of two towering figures in the Reformed tradition.