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A Right Time And A Wrong Time

“There is a (right) time for everything,

And a season for every activity under heaven.” Ecclesiastes 3:1

Writes Karl Barth (CD IV.2, §65, 413–14): 317 more words


Karl Barth and Thomas Torrance, Against Federal Theology Side by Side

Both Karl Barth and Thomas F. Torrance (Barth’s best English speaking student) were against Federal or classical Covenant theology, even though both of them took the concept of… 1,073 more words

T. F. Torrance

Originality & “Architecture and Aesthetic Education”

Why have we had this sort of imposition of these extravagant forms? And why have we lost that old education in architecture? Were we right to have that old education?

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What Does it Mean to be Human by Karl Barth?: With Reference to Amandus Polanus and John Calvin

For Karl Barth it is a frivolous pursuit to attempt to psychologize a theological anthropology, and yet in the Tradition (both Roman Catholic and Protestant) this is exactly what has obtained. 1,419 more words

Karl Barth

Barth, Uta

Serie Ground 

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Serie … to walk without destination and to see only to see. 

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Serie Deep Blue Day  8 more words


The riding Cat-Gral-(Müritz to Klausdorf)

Today I looked through the hotel’s room window and I spotted “The Riding Cat” riding it’s bicycle under the rain and against a strong head wind.

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'Revelation' is Personal: With Reference to Congdon

The following quote will be an example of how Karl Barth’s understanding of ‘revelation’ works within his own theoretical schematization of things. Bruce McCormack has also developed this in one of his chapters in his book… 701 more words

Karl Barth