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Karl Barth and the Fifth Gospel [electronic resource] : Barth's theological exegesis of Isaiah / Mark S. Gignilliat.

By: Gignilliat, Mark S.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Barth studies: Publisher: Farnham, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2009Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 165 p.).ISBN: 9780754683001 (electronic bk.); 0754683001 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Barth, Karl, 1886-1968 | Bible. Isaiah -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Bible -- Hermeneutics | Bible -- Theology | Barth, Karl | RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- Prophets | Jesaja (bijbelboek)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Karl Barth and the Fifth Gospel.DDC classification: 224/.106092 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Barth and the renaissance of Old Testament theology in the early 20th century -- Die Zeit der Erwartung -- Barth's theological exegesis of Isaiah 1-39 -- Barth's theological exegesis of Isaiah 40-66 -- Theological exegetical implications of Barth's Isaianic exegesis.
Summary: Today's biblical scholars and dogmaticians are giving a significant amount of attention to the topic of theological exegesis. A resource turned to for guidance and insight in this discussion is the history of interpretation, and Karl Barth's voice registers loudly as a helpful model for engaging Scripture and its subject matter. Most readers of Barth's theological exegesis encounter him on the level of his New Testament exegesis. This is understandable from several different vantage points. Unfortunately, Barth's theological exegesis of the Old Testament has not received the attention it deser.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [153]-161) and indexes.

Barth and the renaissance of Old Testament theology in the early 20th century -- Die Zeit der Erwartung -- Barth's theological exegesis of Isaiah 1-39 -- Barth's theological exegesis of Isaiah 40-66 -- Theological exegetical implications of Barth's Isaianic exegesis.

Today's biblical scholars and dogmaticians are giving a significant amount of attention to the topic of theological exegesis. A resource turned to for guidance and insight in this discussion is the history of interpretation, and Karl Barth's voice registers loudly as a helpful model for engaging Scripture and its subject matter. Most readers of Barth's theological exegesis encounter him on the level of his New Testament exegesis. This is understandable from several different vantage points. Unfortunately, Barth's theological exegesis of the Old Testament has not received the attention it deser.

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