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The Significance of Barth’s Theology: An Appraisal with Special Reference to Election and Reconciliation
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The Significance of Barth’s Theology: An Appraisal with Special Reference to Election and Reconciliation

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Baker 1961

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Overview

Originally presented as lectures at the Reformed Fellowship at Calvin College, The Significance of Barth’s Theology provides a general overview of Karl Barth’s theology. Fred Klooster pays specific attention to the formulation and significance of Barth’s doctrine of predestination and reconciliation. As part of his research, Klooster spent a year studying with Karl Barth—an experience that allowed him to glean more insight into Barth’s thought and present his ideas accurately.

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Key Features

  • Examines two of the most controversial aspects of Barth’s theology
  • Charts Barth’s contribution to the doctrines of predestination and reconciliation
  • Situates Barth’s theology historically

Contents

  • The Significance of Karl Barth’s Theology
  • Karl Barth’s Doctrine of Election
  • Karl Barth’s Doctrine of Reconciliation

Product Details

  • Title: The Significance of Barth’s Theology: An Appraisal with Special Reference to Election and Reconciliation
  • Author: Fred H. Klooster
  • Publisher: Baker
  • Publication Date: 1961
  • Pages: 98

About Fred H. Klooster

Fred H. Klooster (1922–2003) was professor of systematic theology at Calvin Theological Seminary for more than 30 years. His books focused on historical theology, and include Our Only Comfort: A Comprehensive Commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism, A Mighty Comfort: The Christian Faith according to the Heidelberg Catechism, Calvin’s Doctrine of Predestination, and Quests for the Historical Jesus.

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