God after God : the God of the past and the God of the future, as seen in the work of Karl Barth

The dialectic of the Commentary on Romans -- The self-cancellation of historical religion -- The word-event in the Commentary on Romans -- Epochal possibilities -- The christological reversal -- Against religious theology -- The doctrine of the Trinity -- God's being in time -- Ambiguities -- T...

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Main Author: Jenson, Robert W. 1930-2017
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Minneapolis, MN Fortress Press 2010
Series/Journal:Religion / Christian theology
Further subjects:B God (Christianity) History of doctrines 20th century
B Barth, Karl 1886-1968
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Summary:The dialectic of the Commentary on Romans -- The self-cancellation of historical religion -- The word-event in the Commentary on Romans -- Epochal possibilities -- The christological reversal -- Against religious theology -- The doctrine of the Trinity -- God's being in time -- Ambiguities -- The futurity of God -- God as Word
Item Description:Originally published: Indianapolis : Bobbs-Merrill Co., c1969. - Includes bibliographical references (p. 195-211) and index
ISBN:080069788X