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Karl Barth, Catholic renewal and Vatican II

Author: Benjamin Dahlke; Bruce L McCormack
Publisher: London : Continuum International Pub., 2012.
Series: T & T Clark studies in systematic theology, 16.
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From the 1920s on, Karl Barths thought was received with great interest not only by Protestants but also by Catholic theologians, who analyzed it in detail. This study outlines how and why this happened, especially in the period leading up to Vatican II. Dahlke shows how the preoccupation with Barth's 'Epistle to the Romans' and the Church Dogmatics triggered a theological renewal among Catholic theologians. In  Read more...
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Dahlke, Benjamin.
Karl Barth, Catholic Renewal and Vatican II.
London : Continuum International Publishing, ©2012
Named Person: Karl Barth; Karl Barth; Karl Barth; Hans Urs von Balthasar
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Dahlke; Bruce L McCormack
ISBN: 9780567229953 0567229955 1280575670 9781280575679
OCLC Number: 787843487
Description: 1 online resource (209 pages).
Contents: Title page; Copyright page; Contents page; Foreword; Preface; Introduction; 1 The Subject Matter and the State of Research; 2 The Historical Background; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 New Ways of Preaching: Joseph Wittig; 1.3 The Anti-historical Revolution in Theology: Joseph Engert; 1.4 Immanence, Transcendence and the analogia entis: Erich Przywara; 1.5 God against Humanity: Karl Adam; 1.6 Results; 2.1 Introduction; 2.4 The Christ of Faith: Karl Rahner; 2.6 Results; 3.1 Introduction; 3.4 The Periodical Catholica; 3.5 Results; 4.1 Introduction; 4.3 Worship in the Field of Thought: Anselm Stolz. 4.4 Results5.1 Introduction; 5.3 God and Being: Daniel Feuling; 5.4 A Thomistic Critique: Jakob Fehr; 5.6 Analogia Entis is not analogia entis: Erich Przywara; 5.7 The Rescue Attempt: Robert Grosche; 5.8 Results; 6.1 The Problem of Neo-Scholasticism; 7.2 Analogie und Dialektik (1944); 7.3 Analogie und Natur (1945); 8.2 Karl Barth (1951); 9.1 The Relationship between Christology and -Pneumatology; 9.2 God in His Revelation; Summary; Karl Barth and Catholic Theology; Catholic Theology and Karl Barth; Bibliography; Abbreviations; Unpublished Sources; Primary Literature; Secondary Literature.
Series Title: T & T Clark studies in systematic theology, 16.
Responsibility: Benjamin Dahlke.

Abstract:

From the 1920s on, Karl Barths thought was received with great interest not only by Protestants but also by Catholic theologians, who analyzed it in detail. This study outlines how and why this happened, especially in the period leading up to Vatican II. Dahlke shows how the preoccupation with Barth's 'Epistle to the Romans' and the Church Dogmatics triggered a theological renewal among Catholic theologians. In addition to Hans Urs von Balthasars critical appropriation of Barths thought the the controversy about the issue of analogia entis with Erich Przywara is also dealt with.
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