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Barth’s theology found its most sustained and compelling expression in his thirteen-volume magnum opusthe Church Dogmatics Ger.

Barth spent his childhood years in Bern.

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Although Barth’s theology rejected German Protestant liberalism, his theology has usually not found favour with those at the other end of the theological spectrum: Wikiquote has quotations related to: Charlotte von Kirschbaum was Barth’s secretary and theological assistant for more than three decades.

This was one of the founding documents of the Confessing Church and Barth was elected a member of its leadership council, the Bruderrat. Princeton Theological Seminarywhere Barth lectured inhouses the Center for Barth Studies, which is dedicated to supporting scholarship related to the life and theology of Karl Barth. He was forced to resign from his professorship at the University of Bonn in for refusing to swear an oath to Hitler.

Retrieved 19 October Through Jesus, Mary is Mother of God. See Van Til, Cornelius May God’s absolute decree, if one may speak of such a thing, is God’s gracious decision to be for humanity in the person of Jesus Christ.

Dogmatica ecclesiale

It also holds the Karl Barth Research Collection, the largest in the world, which contains nearly all of Barth’s works in English and German, several first editions of his works, and an original handwritten manuscript by Barth. At the time Barth’s health did not permit him to attend. Though not an advocate of Christian universalismstrictly speaking, Barth asserted that eternal salvation for everyone, even those that reject God, is a possibility that is not just an open question but should be hoped for by Christians as a matter of grace ; specifically, he wrote, “Even though theological consistency might seem to lead our thoughts and utterances most clearly in this direction, we must not arrogate to ourselves that which can be given and received only as a free gift”, just hoping for total reconciliation.


Nach seinen Briefen und autobiografischen Texten. I regard anticommunism as a matter of principle an evil even greater than communism itself.

Karl Barth

Barth argued that previous perspectives on sin and salvation, influenced by strict Calvinist thinking, sometimes misled Christians into thinking that predestination set up humanity such that the vast majority of human beings were foreseen to disobey and reject God, with damnation coming to them as a matter of fate. Almost all key terms from Kierkegaard which had an important role in The Epistle to the Romans can be found in Batrh in Christianity.

Barth died on December 10,at his home in BaselSwitzerland. Aware of the common dogmatic tradition of the early Church, Barth fully accepted the dogma of Mary as the Mother of God, seeing a rejection of that title equivalent to rejecting the doctrine that Christ’s human and divine natures are inseparable contra the Nestorian heresy.

Barth’s view of salvation is centrally Christological, with his writings stating that in Jesus Christ the reconciliation of all of mankind to God has essentially already taken place and that through Christ man is already elect and justified.

In it, he made the point that the Church’s willingness to xogmatica with anti-socialist and conservative forces had led to its susceptibility for National Socialist ideology. This section needs additional citations for verification. Whittaker Chambers cites Barth in nearly all his books: An Introduction to His Early Theology, — This culminated in Barth’s authorship of the Barmen Declarationwhich fiercely criticized Christians who supported the Nazis.


Criticism of religion Ethics in religion Exegesis History of religion Religion Religious language Religious philosophy Relationship between religion and science Political science of religion Bartth and rationality more One of the places at which he studied was Marburg University, where he was taught for a year by the Jewish Kantian thinker, Hermann Cohen.

Archived October 23,at the Wayback Machine. In particular, Fritz Barth was fascinated by philosophy, especially the implications of Friedrich Nietzsche’s theories on free will.

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Barth, in the words of a later scholar, kagl a “significant step beyond traditional theology” in that he argued against more conservative strains of Protestant Christianity in which damnation is seen as an absolute certainty for many or most people.

Unsourced material dogmstica be challenged and removed. However, in his freedom and love, God truly reveals himself through human language and concepts, with a view toward their necessity in reaching fallen domgatica.

Dialectical theology analogia fidei. An Introduction and Reader.