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A Theology of the Third Article : Karl Barth and the Spirit of the Word.

Author: Aaron T Smith
Publisher: Lanham : Fortress Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Toward the end of his career, Karl Barth made the provocative statement that perhaps what Schleiermacher was up to was a "theology of the third-article" and that he anticipated in the future that a true third-article theology would appear. Many interpreters took that to indicate not only a change in Barth's perception of Schleiermacher but also as a self-referential critique. The author investigates this claim and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Smith, Aaron T.
A Theology of the Third Article : Karl Barth and the Spirit of the Word.
Lanham : Fortress Press, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Aaron T Smith
ISBN: 9781451469578 1451469578
OCLC Number: 881887766
Description: 1 online resource (266 pages)
Contents: A Theology of the Third Article; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; The Spirit of Objectivity and Subjectivity; The Spirit of Reality and Possibility; The Spirit of Truth and Time; The Spirit of Being and Becoming; The Spirit of Election and Obedience; Conclusion; Index of Names; Index of Subjects.

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Toward the end of his career, Karl Barth made the provocative statement that perhaps what Schleiermacher was up to was a "theology of the third-article" and that he anticipated in the future that a true third-article theology would appear. Many interpreters took that to indicate not only a change in Barth's perception of Schleiermacher but also as a self-referential critique. The author investigates this claim and argues for a Barthian pneumatology-a doctrine of the Holy Spirit grounded in the scriptural witness and connected to Barth's vital Christological and dialectical theology.
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