In this enlightening study, McCormack reconsiders the importance of Barth and clarifies the theologian's efforts to understand "orthodoxy" under the conditions of modernity. He discusses Barth's place in 19th-century theology, his relationship to postliberalism and postmodernism, and his theological ontology; and offers opinions on the Barth "renaissance" in America and his contributions to the science/theology debate. 352 pages, softcover from Baker.
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