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Barth

(barth),
Jean B.P., Strasburg physician, 1806-1877. See: Barth hernia.
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The Barthian notion of creation as the external basis of covenant would support the existence of a set of norms that is binding on all persons and communities simply by virtue of their basic human nature--which is created for redemption in Jesus Christ.
Many Barthian ministers supported both the new direction of the Dutch Reformed Church and the breakthrough.
From the traditionalist perspective, it is a criticism of the 'New Wittgenstein' movement in general that this book serves to perpetuate this tendency to separate text and author, in a Barthian consideration of the text as existing in its own space.
It is curious that Hopkins makes no mention of historic orthodox Christian theology, whether Catholic, Protestant or Orthodox, nor of Barthian neo-orthodoxy or contemporary evangelical theology.
As he has it, the Barthian rejection of Reformed scholasticism in favor of a return to Luther and Calvin provides a partial explanation for the eclipse of natural law in the twentieth century.
We can speculate about Shakespeare's part in the construction of his own authorship of the plays on the basis of existing evidence about promptbooks, manuscripts of plays, and early printings--and I agree with Erne and William Long that our attention to these materials has for the most part been woefully inadequate (8)--but it is too soon to imagine that we can give a reliable shape to Shakespeare's silences about key critical and textual issues We have, in gracious Barthian fashion, invited the historical figure of Shakespeare as a guest into his plays, but we have not yet invented a reliable way to gauge his presence.
In this introductory chapter Moraru analyses the conflicting paradigms of origination and reprise, taking issue with the Romantic notion of the author as "originating genius", and adhering instead to a Barthian aesthetics of relatedness in which authors become nonchalant scriptors: ".
According to this narrative, the Barthian legacy was in many respects an overreaction to a rationalistic and modernized conception of natural law that was certainly not present at the dawn of the Reformation, and certainly not reflective of mainline Protestantism's potential not only to incorporate natural law theology, but even to make an original contribution.
Marshall Boswell investigates how this tetralogy has been constructed on the principles of Kirkegaard's irony, as well as by applying the Barthian doctrine of creation "out of nothing" (see Boswell, John Updike's Rabbit Tetralogy: Mastered Irony in Motion, U of Missouri P, 2001 17).
The deep temptation of every Barthian (including this one) is to reiterate, to reduce his fresh speech to slogan, to tear speech out of context and reduce it to a formula.
The Barthian concept of the "analogy of faith" (analogia fidei), which affirms the radical dependence of the created order upon God, so that any correspondence between creation and God is established by God in the act of revelation, not by his creatures through the act of theological reflection.
A Barthian postmodernist before his time, the reporter is a writer lost in the funhouse of his life who in turn creates funhouses over which he can exert masterful control.