Karl Barth's trinitarian theology a study in Karl Barth's analogical use of the trinitarian relation
A discussion of the theme of the Trinity in the thought of Karl Barth with particular reference to ecclesiology. This book examines Karl Barth's analogical use of the Trinity, with respect to various patterns of divine-human communion in the context of the doctrine of redemption.
Print Book, English, 2006
Clark, London [u.a.], 2006
XVI, 180 S.
Part I: Karl Barth's Analogical Use of the Trinitarian Ontology; Chapter 1. Reassessment on Karl Barth's Understanding of Analogy: A Complementary Relation of Analgia entis vs Analogia fidei; Chapter 2. Karl Barth's Dialectic and It's Relation to the Complementary Concept of Analogy; Chapter 3. Karl Barth's Complementary Dialectic and Its relation to the Ontological Aspect of Analogy; Chapter 4. Karl Barth's Christology and its Relation to the Trinitarian Ontology; Part II: Karl Barth's Trinitarian Ecclesiology: Analogical Use of the Perichorectic Pattern of the Divine Communion in the Church; Chapter 5. Kartl Barth's Trinitarian Theology of the Church: the Church Where Divine Action and Human Action Unite Together; Chapter 6. Karl Barth's Theology of Baptism: the Dynamics of the Relation of Divine Grace and Human Faith in Baptism; Chapter 7. Karl Barth's Theology of Moral Redemption: the Christian Attitude of Faith, Obedience and Prayer.