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Barth

(barth),
Jean B.P., Strasburg physician, 1806-1877. See: Barth hernia.
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In 1942, Karl Barth published the volume of his massive Church Dogmatics in which he presents his christologically-grounded and biblically attested doctrine of predestination.
He carefully and fully elucidates the works of Karl Barth and the Utrecht School on the inner dynamics of reformed scholarship on God, and as a contrast examines the model of God proposed by the Utrecht school.
The profound unfaithfulness of the German church during World War II emboldened the 20th century German theologian Karl Barth to break with the Reformed tradition over the practice of infant baptism.
Like most of his work, With the Grain of the Universe is dialogical; Hauerwas develops his own views about the proper relationship of Christian theology to broader secular philosophical and political currents in conversation with three prior Gifford lecturers: William James, Reinhold Niebuhr, and Karl Barth. James, Niebuhr, and Barth, of course, were and remain key figures in their own right.
Norwood is a United Reformed Church Minister who served as Ecumenical Consultant at the Ecumenical Institute at Bossey and is currently writing about Reforming Rome, Karl Barth's Ecumenical Movement.
In the memoir that opens the book, Falcke recounts how he became a refugee in 1945 when he and his mother fled East Prussia by boat as the Red Army advanced; his time in Basel as a student of Karl Barth; his return to East Germany in 1952 at a time when the GDR government had embarked on a programme of church repression; through to his involvement in the events of 1989.
Jung was appointed professor of medical psychology in 1943, the Basel-born theologian Karl Barth was professor of theology from 1935 after escaping from Nazi Germany and the German philosopher Karl Jaspers was freed from a concentration camp in 1945 and went to teach in Basel.
Karl Barth says of the wonder that in the baptism we see: "His free subjection to the will of God.
Each representative that he studies in depth (Thomas Aquinas, Karl Barth, and Sergei Bulgakov) fits more than one of his types.
We appreciate the way he embodies theologian Karl Barth's adage to teach with the Bible in one hand and the newspaper in the other.