In these three fresh studies on Karl Barth, a host of distinguished voices illuminate the thought and influence of one of the greatest theologians of the twentieth-century. First in Evangelical, Catholic, and Reformed noted Barth scholar George Hunsinger provides expositions on Barth’s understanding of Christian doctrine across a wide spectrum of topics—presenting a clear introduction to his thought and its relevance for today. Then in Karl Barth and the Making of Evangelical Theology, 11 scholars reflect on the importance of Barth’s two-month visit to the United States and the lectures that became Evangelical Theology. And lastly, Donald Norwood offers a full study of the great Protestant theologian’s critical engagement with Catholic Church reform, expanding on his own account of Vatican II and highlighting his ecumenism.
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