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100 1  Johnson, Keith L. 
245 10 Karl Barth and the analogia entis|h[electronic resource] /
       |cKeith L. Johnson. 
260    London :|bT & T Clark,|c©2010. 
300    1 online resource (ix, 244 pages). 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  T & T Clark studies in systematic theology ;|vv. 6 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Acknowledgments; 1 Introduction; The Question at 
       Princeton; Von Balthasar and Beyond; Answering Two 
       Questions; A New Starting Point; 2 The Background to the 
       Debate; Introduction; Barth's Break with Liberalism; 'The 
       Righteousness of God'; Romans I; Romans II; Przywara: 
       Towards a Renewed Roman Catholic Church; Towards the 
       analogia entis; 'God as the Mystery of the World'; 'God in
       Us or Above Us?'; A Stage Set for the Future; 3 
       Incarnation and Analogy; Introduction; Barth at Göttingen;
       The Theology of Zwingli; The Theology of the Reformed 
       Confessions; The Göttingen Dogmatics. 
505 8  Przywara's Religionsphilosophie katholischer 
       TheologiePrzywara's Methodology; The Problem of God in 
       History; The Analogy of Being as the Solution to the 
       Problem; Catholicism and History; Two Competing yet 
       Related Visions; 4 The Nature of Barth's Rejection of the 
       analogia entis; Introduction; Barth and Przywara in 
       Münster; Przywara's Visit to Barth's Seminar; Barth's 
       Initial Response: 'Fate and Idea in Theology'; Theology 
       and Philosophy; Barth against Realism; Barth and Idealism;
       Returning to Protestant Soil; Barth's Second Response: 
       'The Holy Spirit and the Christian Life' 
505 8  To the Doctrine of GodBarth's Rejection of the analogia 
       entis; 5 Przywara's Analogia Entis and the 'Invention of 
       the Anti-Christ'; Introduction; The Prelude to Analogia 
       Entis and the Preface to CD I/1; Przywara's Analogia 
       Entis; The Failure of Philosophy; Two Modes of Knowledge; 
       The analogia entis as the Solution to Philosophy's 
       Problems; Philosophy, Theology, and Divine Revelation; 
       'The Invention of the Anti-Christ'; 6 Barth's analogia 
       fidei and Its Implications; Introduction; Barth's analogia
       fidei; Divine Revelation and the analogia entis; 'Capacity
       of the Incapable' 
505 8  Gottlieb Söhngen: 'analogia entis within the analogia 
       fidei 'Barth's Response to Söhngen; Barth's Extrinsic 
       Analogy of Attribution; The Nature of Barth's Change with 
       Regard to the analogia entis; 7 Analogy in Covenant; 
       Introduction; Von Balthasar's Interpretation of Barth; 
       Barth's Mature Use of Analogy; Creation and Covenant; 
       Barth's 'Bracket' and the Doctrine of Justification; 
       Analogy in Relation; The Culmination of Barth's Analogical
       Thinking; Analogy as Vocation; Analogy and the Church for 
       the World; 8 Conclusion; Bibliography; Index; A; B; C; D; 
       E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S. 
520    Many interpreters argue that Karl Barth's rejection of the
       Roman Catholic analogia entis was based upon a mistaken 
       interpretation of the principle, and many scholars also 
       contend that late in his career, Barth changed his mind 
       about the analogia entis, either by withdrawing his 
       rejection of it or by adopting some form of it as his own.
       This book challenges both views, and by doing so, it opens
       up new avenues for ecumenical dialogue between Protestants
       and Roman Catholics. In short, this book establishes that 
       Barth did not make a mistake when he rejected the analogia
       entis and that he also neve. 
588 0  Print version record. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
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600 10 Barth, Karl,|d1886-1968. 
600 17 Barth, Karl,|d1886-1968|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00038092 
610 20 Catholic Church|xDoctrines|xHistory. 
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650  0 Analogy (Religion)|xHistory of doctrines. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
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776 08 |iPrint version:|aJohnson, Keith L.|tKarl Barth and the 
       analogia entis.|dLondon : T & T Clark, ©2010
830  0 T & T Clark studies in systematic theology ;|vv. 6. 
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