Barth - RLST 3000 Karl Barth Karl Barth, born in 1886, was...

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RLST 3000 Karl Barth Karl Barth, born in 1886, was a Swiss theologian who was (and still is) often revered as one of the most important theological minds of the 20 th century. His work regarding the relationship that God possesses with humanity – one of both grace and judgement – will likely be the central idea that Barth is most well remembered for; however, quite possibly the most well-compiled and impressive contribution that Barth made to modern Christianity can be found in his extensive writings that came to be known as Church Dogmatics. The compilation was separated into four separate sections: God, Revelation, Creation and Atonement, and the inspiration for each issue was gathered from a number of sources, some of the most prominent being questions presented by students as well as the important political issues of his time. It is hard to find a Christian theologian in the last 100 years that has had as large of an impact as Barth, and Church Dogmatics continues to remain an incredibly well-respected view on Christian practices and the relationship between God and humans. For the remainder of this
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