Footnotes to a Theology: The Karl Barth Colloquium of 1972

Martin Rumscheidt
Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press, 1974 - 166 Seiten
The essays which are brought together here were originally delivered during the first colloquium of the Karl Earth Society of North America. It met at Victoria University in Toronto on October 26 to 28, 1972, and was entitled: "The Theology of Karl Barth." The addresses by Markus Barth and Arthur Cochrane were given during the Colloquium Dinner; the others were more 'formal' and followed by at times very animated discussion.

During that colloquium the Karl Barth Society of North America was inaugurated. Its aim, far from being a personality-cult of Karl Barth, is to encourage a critical and constructive theology through the exploration of his work. It is envisaged that the assistance given to the Karl Barth Stiftung in Europe in its purpose to collect and preserve all literature by and about Karl Barth, the publication of a complete edition of his works together with the establishment on this Continent of a similar collection will make available for theological research materials that will adequately meet the proposed aim. Both the academic and the pastoral areas of theology are meant to benefit from the endeavours of this Society.

--from the Introduction by Martin Rumscheidt



Barths Commentary on the Romans
Philosophy and Theology A Family Affair Karl and Heinrich Barth
Reflections on the Conversation between Barth and Bonhoeffer
Current Discussions on the Political Character of Karl Barths Theology
Why was and is the Theology of Karl Barth of Interest to a Jewish Theologian?
The Impact of Karl Barth on the Catholic Church in the last half Century
The Karl Barth I Knew
The Contributors

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Martin Rumscheidt is a professor of philosophy at Baruch College of the City University of New York, and president of the Corporation for the Publication of Academic Studies in Religion in Canada.

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