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Barth

1. Heinrich. 1821--65, German explorer: author of Travels and Discoveries in North and Central Africa (1857--58)
2. John (Simmons). born 1930, US novelist; his novels include The Sot-Weed Factor (1960), Giles Goat-Boy (1966), and Once Upon a Time (1994)
3. Karl. 1886--1968, Swiss Protestant theologian. He stressed man's dependence on divine grace in such works as Commentary on Romans (1919)
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While Merton overtly praised Barth and his study on Anselm, he made important adjustments to Barth's treatment of Anselm that offer great insight into Merton's own theology.
Both Karin Bornkamm and Gerhard Ebeling have demonstrated that Luther and Barth share a Christocentrism in the best sense; clearly this was one thing Barth learned from Luther.
In the second story of the collection, already referred to, we find vintage Barth metafictionalising, as the narrator runs through the possibilities inherent in a simple "dramatic vehicle".
But to continue the diversified industrial company's six-decade record of annual sales increases and 15-year string of yearly profit improvements, Barth will have to demonstrate an intensity--and reach--that even he hasn't shown before.
Cohen was the matrix out of which Rosenzweig and Barth developed, having taught them both at the University of Marburg.
It is not parallel with the treatment of Calvin, and keeps him from tracing out some of the parallels--for instance, how did Calvin and Barth differ or agree on their exegesis of key biblical texts?
Barth will carry the lead responsibility for further developing Darby's global investment operations.
Lindsay's core argument is that Barth's critics have misunderstood him as a simplistic supercessionist; instead, Lindsay stresses that Barth believed that God remained in covenant with both Christians and Jews.
Finally, Barth warned with an eye-opening video, against serving flaming drinks in any food service establishment.
Barth sets himself in his lengthy Dogmatics is to develop the main themes of the Christian, or more precisely Protestant, faith in relation to humankind's most important religious traditions.
Against this, Price contends, Barth defends a theology which stands on its own feet in relation to philosophy and sees its point of departure in revelation.
Barth has been a member of the AICPA's Accounting Standards Executive Committee, as well as the Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council and FASB's Financial Instruments Task Force.