Barth: ‘God Does Not Will To Be Without Us’

February 9, 2015 — 3 Comments

One of THE defining references of my undergraduate introduction to the theological genius of Karl Barth. Haven’t been the same since.

 

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See also: CD.II:1 p.671 ‘God befriends the creature…’

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