The Claim of God: Karl Barth's Doctrine of Sanctification in His Earlier Theology - eBook
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The Claim of God: Karl Barth's Doctrine of Sanctification in His Earlier Theology - eBook  -     By: Ethan Worthington
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Title: The Claim of God: Karl Barth's Doctrine of Sanctification in His Earlier Theology - eBook
By: Ethan Worthington
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Pickwick Publications
Publication Date: 2015
ISBN: 9781498200295
ISBN-13: 9781498200295
Stock No: WW110329EB

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Through close readings of Karl Barth's theological work from 1916 to 1929 this book offers an exposition of Barth's doctrine of sanctification in his earlier theology--arguing that from his earliest writings after 1915 the doctrine of sanctification was one of the key theological components used in describing the encounter between God and man in a positive and concrete manner. This book both fills an important gap in Barthian scholarship and responds to the appeal by other recent interpreters of Barth's theology for a more balanced and careful exposition of his work. Throughout the course of this exposition the force of Eduard Thurnyesen's wonderfully insightful comments about Barth show themselves to be fruitfully borne out within his work from early on. That is, "Karl Barth's theological thinking was from the beginning directed to the life of man . . . the life of man, on the one side, and on the other the Word of God that meets this life, lays hold of it, and transforms it."

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Ethan Worthington is a minister and spiritual director in Upstate New York. He received his MA in Systematics and Historical Theology from Wheaton College and his PhD in Systematic Theology from King's College, University of Aberdeen.

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