Barth Reception in Britain Hardback

by D.Densil Morgan;

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Barth Reception in Britain

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This is a monograph on the history of the reception of Karl Barth's theology in Great Britain. It is an accepted fact that the work of Karl Barth was a formative influence on western theological developments during the twentieth century. From the initial impact made by the "Romerbrief" (1919) [E.T. "The Epistle to the Romans" (1933)] to the multi-volumed "Kirchliche Dogmatik" (1932-67) [E.T. "Church Dogmatics" (1936-75)], Barth's contribution influenced profoundly the course of theological thinking in Europe and beyond. Following a period of comparative neglect after his death in 1968, Barth's centenary in 1986 marked the beginnings of a renewed assessment of his work, and since then interest in his life, thought and overall position has escalated rather than declined. This is particularly true of scholarship in Britain and the United States. A detailed account of the reception of Barth's work in Britain has yet to be attempted. This proposal aims at filling that gap.

Barth Reception in Britain by D.Densil Morgan was published by Continuum in June 2010. The ISBN for Barth Reception in Britain is 9780567031860.

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Page last updated 24th January 2014
Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherContinuum (June 2010)
Number of Pages322
Thickness19 mm
Height234 mm
Width156 mm
Product Code2745093
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