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Karl Barth and American evangelicalism

Author: Bruce L McCormack; Clifford B Anderson
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Named Person: Karl Barth; Cornelius Van Til
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce L McCormack; Clifford B Anderson
ISBN: 9780802866561 0802866565
OCLC Number: 702941742
Notes: Papers presented at a conference held June 22-24, 2007 in Princeton, N.J.
Description: viii, 387 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Part I. Historical context --
"How can an elephant understand a whale and vice versa?" : the Dutch origins of Cornelius Van Til's appraisal of Karl Barth / George Harinck --
Beyond the battle for the Bible : what evangelicals missed in Van Til's critique of Barth / D. G. Hart --
Part II. Philosophical and theological analysis --
Karl Barth, American evangelicals, and Kant / John E. Hare --
A theology of experience? : Karl Barth and the transcendental argument / Clifford B. Anderson --
Covenant, election, and Incarnation : evaluating Barth's actualist Christology / Michael S. Horton --
History in harmony : Karl Barth on the hypostatic union / Adam Neder --
The church in Karl Barth and evangelicalism : conversations across the aisle / Kimlyn J. Bender --
The being and act of the church : Barth and the future of evangelical ecclesiology / Keith L. Johnson --
So that he may be merciful to all : Karl Barth and the problem of universalism / Bruce L. McCormack --
Evangelical questioning of election in Barth : a pneumatological perspective from the Reformed heritage / Suzanne McDonald --
Part III. Contemporary trajectories --
But did it really happen? : Frei, Henry, and Barth on historical reference and critical realism / Jason A. Springs --
No comprehensive views, no final conclusions : Karl Barth, open-ended dogmatics, and the emerging church / John R. Franke --
Ontological violence and the covenant of grace : an engagement between Karl Barth and radical orthodoxy / Kevin W. Hector --
Stanley Hauerwas and Karl Barth : matters of Christology, church, and state / Todd V. Cioffi --
Afterword : reflections on Van Til's critique of Barth / Bruce L. McCormack
Responsibility: edited by Bruce L. McCormack & Clifford B. Anderson.
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