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Portrait of Karl Barth | Review – Biography

June 2, 2011 by


Part 1 – Casalis begins by setting forth the widespread impact that Barth has had on the theological community. He also tries to show how, although part of the Reformed church, his works were not defending his niche but were for all Christianity. He also gives some samples of Barth’s work to show his values. […]

Portrait of Karl Barth | Review – Intro

April 21, 2011 by


I have finally finished the introduction to the biography of Karl Barth. The reason I picked up this little book is because several of the other books I am reading reference Barth, positively and negatively, and I felt that my limited knowledge of him (basically the pronunciation of his last name) necessitated that I learn […]