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The SPCK Introduction to Karl Barth (edition 2010)

by D. Densil Morgan (Author)

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Title:The SPCK Introduction to Karl Barth
Authors:D. Densil Morgan (Author)
Info:The Society For Promoting Christian Knowledge (2010), 128 pages
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0281060452, Paperback)

Terrific... This really is a readable, accessible introduction that takes account of some of the most recent Barth scholarship. It is highly recommended for those coming to Barth's work for the first time.' Oliver D. Crisp, Reader in Theology, University of Bristol 'Of the many introductions to Barth, this ranks as one of the best.  The clarity and ease of its exposition of Barth's life and thought are exceptional, as is its alertness to the deep impulses of Barth's theology.  As the book guides readers through the great sweeps of Barth's arguments, it conveys the excitement and provocation which his work generates.  Novices and seasoned readers alike will gain a great deal from this generous and perceptive account.' John Webster, Professor of Systematic Theology, University of Aberdeen

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