Karl Barth's Theological Method $18.95

Gordon H. Clark
Trade paperback, 320 pages, 1997 [1963]

Swiss theologian Karl Barth (1886-1968) must be ranked as one of the most influential theologians of the twentieth century. Barth's dialectical theology permitted him to use old words and phrases - Biblical words and phrases - while giving them new, and quite un-Biblical, meanings. "God," he once wrote, "may speak to us through Russian Communism, through a flute concerto, through a blossoming shrub, or through a dead dog: We shall do well to listen to him if he really does so." Dr. Clark shows that rather than getting our theology from dead dogs - Neo-orthodox or otherwise - we must listen to the voice of God speaking in Scripture alone.

Contents: Introduction; Modernism; Dogmatic Method; Prolegomena and Apologetics; Language and Knowledge; The Word of God in Its ThreefoId Form; Verbal Revelation; Index.

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