|Published by:||Baker Academic (2015)|
|Subjects:||Barth, Karl, 1886-1968, Election (Theology), Trinity|
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Karl Barth and his legacy have dominated theological circles for the past 30 years. In this volume George Hunsinger, a world leading Barth scholar, makes a provocative contribution to an ongoing debate concerning Bruce McCormack’s reading of Barth’s trinitarian theology and doctrine of election. Hunsinger challenges this interpretation, demonstrating that there is no major break in Barth’s thought between the earlier and the later volumes of the Church Dogmatics. Hunsinger also uses Barth’s theology as a springboard to discuss fundamental issues for anyone working in Christology or trinitarian theology. This text is a valuable resource for professors and students of systematic theology, scholars, and readers of Barth.