The Early Barth - Lectures and Shorter Works: Volume 2, 1909-1914
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The Early Barth - Lectures and Shorter Works: Volume 2, 1909-1914  -     By: Karl Barth

The Early Barth - Lectures and Shorter Works: Volume 2, 1909-1914

Westminster John Knox Press / 2023 / Paperback

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Title: The Early Barth - Lectures and Shorter Works: Volume 2, 1909-1914
By: Karl Barth
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 365
Vendor: Westminster John Knox Press
Publication Date: 2023
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
Weight: 2 pounds
ISBN: 0664264395
ISBN-13: 9780664264390
Stock No: WW264394

Publisher's Description

Karl Barth was the most influential theologian of the twentieth century, and his work continues to inspire both fresh theological thinking and critical debate. The period covered by the volumes in this series—1905 to 1933—saw Barth emerge from his training under such theological giants as Adolph von Harnack and Wilhelm Herrmann; assert his rejection of liberal Protestant theology in his towering commentary on Romans; and work through an earlier uncertainty to become a critic on theological grounds of the rise of Nazism. These volumes contain essays, lectures, academic papers, correspondences, editorials, and other writings that were not previously translated into English and that provide insight into the development of Barth’s theology during this crucial period of his life.

 

Volume 2 of The Early Barth—Lectures and Shorter Works covers the period in Barth’s career when he served as a pastor, first in Geneva and then in Safenwil, and up through the point where his theology takes a decisive turn in response to the outbreak of the First World War.

Author Bio

Karl Barth (1886–1968) was a pastor, an outspoken critic of the rise of the Nazi Party, and Professor of Theology at the University of Basel, Switzerland.

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