Karl Barth

“Karl Barth is incontestably the greatest figure in modem theology since Schleiermacher, occupying an honored position among the great elite of the church—Augustine, Anselm, Aquinas, Luther, and Calvin.”1) Thus writes T. F. Torrance of Scotland, an ardent admirer of Karl Barth. An eminent French writer, C. Casalis, bypasses Schleiermaeher and asserts that “not since Luther […]

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