Don’t Miss Out on Barth’s Church Dogmatics

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This collection is essential for any student of theology, but don’t just take our word for it—see what these publications have to say about Barth’s Church Dogmatics:

Future generations of theological students will have to reckon with Barth’s work just as they have had to come to grips with Augustins, Aquinas, Calvin, and Schleiermacher . . . The chief merit of his work lies not in the doctrinal positions he has taken—though they are important—but in the challenge to a fresh hearing of God’s Word in Scripture by all who are concerned for pure doctrine in the preaching of the church.

Interpretation, 11.1, review of volume 1, part 2

Barth’s greatest influence was theological, with his emphasis on God’s sovereignty placing him firmly in the Reformed (Calvinistic) tradition. He differed radically from the mainstream of continental European theology, rejecting both its subjective emphasis on religious experience and the prevalent idea that Christian doctrine is subject to, or limited by, its historical origins. By reaffirming what Kierkegaard had called an ‘infinite qualitative difference’ between God and humankind, Barth rescued theology from captivity to anthropology—that is, he reasserted God’s reality and sovereignty over human knowledge or imagination.

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We also recently discussed the importance of Barth and his works, including:

  • Recognition as one of the greatest Christian thinkers in the modern era
  • His opposition to the Nazi regime and subsequent dismissal
  • The collection’s valuable translations of Greek and Latin
  • The fact that this Logos version contains over 6 million words and is fully searchable

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Comments

  1. Timothy Drawbaugh says:

    Looks like a great deal, but somehow this blog post of 12/30 and the product page are not in sync. Product page accessed on Wed 12/31, the price does not reflect the 50% off. Is there a code?