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The Reality of Faith in Theology

Studies on Karl Barth- Princeton-Kampen Consultation 2005

Bruce McCormack and Gerrit Neven

This volume contains papers presented at the Princeton-Kampen Consultation 2005. The theme of the Consultation was «The Reality of God and the Reality of Faith» with reference to Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics (II/1, §§28-31 and IV/1, §63). The contributions offer fresh readings of Karl Barth in dialogue with other theologians and philosophers on the chosen theme.
Contents: Daniel L. Migliore: The Princeton Kampen Consultation, 2005: Barth in Dialogue – Katherine Sonderegger: The Absolute Infinity of God – Rinse H. Reeling Brouwer: The Conversation between Karl Barth and Amandus Polanus on the question of the reality of human speaking of the simplicity and the multiplicity in God – Bruce L. McCormack: Not a Possible God but the God Who Is: Observations on Friedrich Schleiermacher’s Doctrine of God – Susanne Hennecke: Speaking in many voices about the one God: A correspondence between Katsumi Takizawa and Karl Barth – Dawn de Vries: Does Faith Save?: Calvin, Schleiermacher and Barth on the Nature of Faith – Onno Zijlstra: Barth, Wittgenstein and the language of man – William Stacy Johnson: The «Reality» of Faith: Critical Remarks on Section 63 of Die Kirchliche Dogmatik – Renée van Riessen: Jewish Thought and Protestant Theology: Barth and Levinas Revisited – Gerrit Neven: Reading Barth: Toward a Dialogical Dogmatics – George Hunsinger: Gerrit Neven on Karl Barth: A Brief Reflection – Akke van der Kooi: Dialogical Style as a Theological Project.