Karl Barth: An Introduction to His Early Theology, 1910-1931

Footnote

Thomas F. Torrance, Karl Barth: An Introduction to His Early Theology, 1910-1931 (London: SCM Press; New York: Harper & Row, 1962); #1962-177

Bibliography

Torrance, Thomas F. Karl Barth: An Introduction to His Early Theology, 1910-1931. The Preacher's Library. London: SCM Press; New York: Harper & Row, 1962; #1962-177

Publication life cycle / General notes

Dedicated "To the memory of Hugh Ross Mackintosh who first introduced me to Karl Barth."

Contents

Preface, p. 9.
Abbreviations, p. 11.

Part One: Karl Barth: The Man and His Work.
I. Early Life, p. 15.
II. Personal Characteristics, p. 19.

Part Two: The Development of Barth's Theology.
III. The New Starting Point, p. 33.
IV. From Dialectical to Dogmatic Thinking, p. 48.
        1. Dialectical Theology, p. 48.
        2. The Theology of the Word, p. 95.
        3. Christian Dogmatics, p. 105.
V. Transition to Church Dogmatics, p. 133.
        1. Re-examination of Christian Dogmatics, p. 133.
        2. The Problem of Philosophy, p. 148.
        3. Theology in its own Right, p. 180.

Part Three: Barth's Place in Modern Theology.
VI. The Barthian Revolution, p. 201.
        1. The New Direction in Protestant Theology, p. 201.
        2. The Centrality of the Incarnation, p. 204.
        3. Jesus Christ and Culture, p. 208.

Selected Bibliography, p. 219.
Index of Names, p. 223.
Index of Subjects, p. 225.