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Karl Barth and the future of evangelical theology

Author: Christian T Collins Winn; John L Drury
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)896840069
Named Person: Karl Barth; Karl Barth
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Christian T Collins Winn; John L Drury
ISBN: 9781630876784 163087678X
OCLC Number: 900193670
Description: 1 online resource (xxiv, 289 pages : portrait)
Contents: Part 1: Reframing the Conversation: Chapter 1: Karl Barth and Evangelicalism / Donald W. Dayton --
Chapter 2: Karl Barth and Pietism / Eberhard Busch --
Chapter 3: Bringing an Elephant and a Whale into Conversation / Kimlyn J. Bender --
Part 2: Reconceiving Christian Experience and Practice: Chapter 4: Christ in Us, The Hope of Glory or the Sentimentality of a "Bohemian Private Enterprise"? Barth, Pietists, and Pentecostals / Terry L. Cross --
Chapter 5: Karl Barth on Fellowship with Jesus Christ, The Calling of the Christian / James Nelson --
Chapter 6: Barth and Testimony / John L. Drury --
Chapter 7: Jesus's Earthly Father as Protector and Example for the Church, How Karl Barth's Theology Challenges the Contemporary Evangelical Masculinist Movement / Stina Busman Jost --
Chapter 8: "Thy Kingdom Come!" Karl Barth and the Promise of a Prophetic Evangelical Church / Christian T. Collins Winn and Peter Goodwin Heltzel --
Part 3: Renewing Christian Doctrine: Chapter 9: "Speak, for Your Servant Is Listening", Barth, Prayer, and Theological Method / Joel D. Lawrence --
Chapter 10: Better News Hath No Evangelical than This, Barth, Election, and the Recovery of the Gospel from Evangelicalism's Territorial Disputes / Chris Boesel --
Chapter 11: God Says What the Text Says, Another Look at Karl Barth's View of Scripture / Frank D. Macchia --
Chapter 12: The Church as "Witness", Karl Barth and the Missional Church / Kyle A. Roberts --
Chapter 13: Jesus Christ as the One and Only Sacrament / Kurt Anders Richardson --
Chapter 14: Eschatology from Basel to Azusa Street, The Voices of Karl Barth and Pentecostalism in Dialogue / Peter Althouse.
Responsibility: edited by Christian T. Collins Winn and John L. Drury ; foreword by William J. Abraham.
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