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Trinitarian theology after Barth

Author: Myk Habets; Phillip Tolliday
Publisher: Cambridge : James Clarke, 2012, ©2011.
Series: Princeton theological monograph series, 148.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
Drawing together scholars whose essays exhibit work after Barth in engaging the doctrine of the Trinity and its related themes. Barth's thought, as evidenced amongst his most expert commentators, allows for a variety of interpretations, the details of which are being hammered out on the pages of academic journals and volumes such as this one. It is this variety of responses to and interpretations of Barth's theology  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Trinitarian theology after Barth.
Cambridge : James Clarke, 2012, ©2011
(DLC) 2011280097
Named Person: Karl Barth; Karl Barth
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Myk Habets; Phillip Tolliday
ISBN: 9780227900628 0227900626 1283866269 9781283866262
OCLC Number: 847592098
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 392 pages).
Contents: Role of the Holy Spirit in knowing the triune God / Paul D. Molnar --
Divine light: some reflections after Barth / Ivor J. Davidson --
Spatiality of God / Murray Rae --
Doctrine of the Trinity after Barth: an attempt to reconstruct Barth's doctrine in the light of his later christology / Bruce L. McCormack --
Election, Trinity, and the history of Jesus: reading Barth with Rowan Williams / Benjamin Myers --
Obedience and subordination in Barth's Trinity / Phillip Tolliday --
Filioque? Nein: a proposal for coherent coinherence / Myk Habets --
Triune savior of the world / Andrew Burgess --
Contribution of Karl Barth's doctrine of appropriation to a trinitarian ecclesiology / Adam McIntosh --
Why do humans die? An exploration of the necessity of death in the theology of Robert Jenson with reference to Karl Barth's discussion of "ending time" / Andrew Nicol --
Prayer, particularity, and the subject of divine personhood: who are Brümmer and Barth invoking when they pray? / John C. McDowell --
Doctrine of the Trinity: the major stumbling block in inter-religious dialogue? Reflections on the methodological function of theological concepts / Ulrike Link-Wieczorek ; translated by Duncan Reid --
Temporality, triunity, and the third article: the mediatorial work of the Holy Spirit in Karl Barth's Church dogmatics / Antony Glading --
Dynamic stillness of God: trinitarian conceptions of divine immutability and impassibility / Haydn D. Nelson --
Reconciling normative tensions in biomedical ethics: constructing an ethics of coinherence informed by the trinitarian theology of Karl Barth / Ashley Moyse --
Vestiges of Trinity / Nicola Hoggard-Creegan.
Series Title: Princeton theological monograph series, 148.
Responsibility: edited by Myk Habets & Phillip Tolliday.


A diverse collection of essays exploring the German theologian Karl Barth's contribution to the theology of the Trinity.  Read more...
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"... She identifies the key trajectory for Barth studies going forward. Readers of the collection, pastors and theologians, will take up the challenge..." Beau Pihlaja, Theological book review, Vol. Read more...

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