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The freedom of God for us : Karl Barth's doctrine of divine aseity

Author: Brian D Asbill
Publisher: London ; New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2015. ©2015
Series: T & T Clark Studies in Systematic Theology, Volume 25
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Asbill, Brian D.
Freedom of God for us : Karl Barth's doctrine of divine aseity.
London ; New York : Bloomsbury Academic, ©2015
xiii, 226 pages
Named Person: Karl Barth; Karl Barth
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Brian D Asbill
ISBN: 9780567272041 0567272044
DOI: CBID181644
OCLC Number: 899010054
Description: 1 online resource (241 pages).
Contents: ContentsAcknowledgementsAbbreviations Abstract1 Introduction PART 1. THE REALITY OF GOD2 Pronobeity-in-Aseity 3 Being-in-Action PART 2. THE LOVE AND FREEDOM OF GOD4 The Teleology of God 5 Personality and Aseity 6 Love in Freedom PART3. THE ASEITY OF GOD7 An Anatomy 8 A Paraphrase 9 Conclusion Bibliography Index
Series Title: T & T Clark Studies in Systematic Theology, Volume 25
Responsibility: by Brian D. Asbill.
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An indispensable entry ... to the wider field of studies concerning Barth's doctrine of God [and] ... to the most heated debates in contemporary systematic theology `after Barth'. * Blog of the Read more...

 
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