How can Christians claim to hold in common one Lord, one faith, and one baptism while their churches are splintered into hundreds of denominations and sects? In 1937, Barth made this powerful reflection and plea for unity, calling believers everywhere to a more serious confession of Christ. 71 pages, softcover. Eerdmans.
In this book are presented Karl Barth's lectures on the question of the unity of the Church in view of the multiplicity of the churches. They are among the most significant and mature writings of this distinguished theologian. Through a thoughtful study of the nature of the Church and the churches, he reaches a notable conclusion as to their relation, and closes with a surprising suggestion for Christian unity.
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