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Evangelical Theology: An Introduction

Publisher:
, 1979
ISBN: 9780802818195
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Overview

In this concise presentation of evangelical theology--the theology that first received expression in the New Testament writings and was later rediscovered by the Reformation--Barth discusses the place of theology, theological existence, the threat to theology, and theological work.

Key Features

  • Includes an additional preface by Barth for the American Edition
  • Presents, simplified and distilled, the depth of Barth's thought
  • Provides a more practical and pastoral focus than Church Dogmatics

Contents

  • Commentary
  • The Place of Theology
    • The Word
    • The Witnesses
    • The Community
    • The Spirit
  • Theological Existence
    • Wonder
    • Concern
    • Commitment
    • Faith
  • The Threat to Theology
    • Solitude
    • Doubt
    • Temptation
    • Hope
  • Theological Work
    • Prayer
    • Study
    • Service
    • Love

Praise for the Print Edition

Karl Barth for me is the theologian of the twentieth century. He gathered up, rethought, repreached, and reprayed the entire Christian tradition. I would not want to be without even a page of his multivolume Church Dogmatics, but this slim, spare book holds a special place in my reading. Its ‘energetic brevity’ keeps the nature and necessity of theology forcefully focused in my life.

—Eugene H. Peterson

In this magnificent volume, written with unparalleled learning and gripping power by the preeminent theologian of the twentieth century, readers will glimpse something of the overriding joy, happiness, and freedom of theological science that come from God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This eternally rich and living God can be neither 'hired' nor 'possessed' and cannot be carried about in some 'intellectual or spiritual briefcase.' Karl Barth's Evangelical Theology is a must-read for anyone who desires to study theology today.

— Paul D. Molnar, author of Karl Barth and the Theology of the Lord's Supper

This book is a wonderful surprise. At the end of his life, after writing so many theological masterworks, Karl Barth published an 'introduction' to evangelical theology. In keeping with his own rule to begin with the beginnings, Barth here reads and reflects anew on the heart of the gospel. His Evangelical Theology above all demonstrates the serious joy of being a Christian theologian. It will please all who read it.

—Eberhard Busch

Product Details

  • Title: Evangelical Theology: An Introduction
  • Author: Karl Barth
  • Edition: American Edition
  • Publisher: Eerdmans
  • Publication Date: 1979
  • Pages: 222
  • Resource Type: Monograph
  • Topic: Theology

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Karl Barth

Karl Barth (May 10, 1886–December 10, 1968) pronounced “Bart,” was a twentieth-century Swiss theologian in the Reformed tradition. A vigorous opponent of theological liberalism and modernism, he is sometimes called “the Father of Neo-Orthodoxy.”

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