Karl Barth's Ontology of Divine Grace

God's Decision is God's Being
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Karl Barth's rigorous and singular focus on God's reconciling and revealing activity in Jesus Christ yields a profoundly compelling ontological vision. In this study, Tyler J. Frick explores Barth's understanding of God's being and particularly Barth's contention in Church Dogmatics II/1 that God is essentially gracious in God's original and proper triune life. The author argues that Barth's doctrine of election expounded in Church Dogmatics II/2 provides Barth with the sufficient conceptual framework to ensure that there is no bifurcation between what God does in the economy of grace and who and what God is as triune. This analysis demonstrates the Trinitarian consequences present in Barth's later volumes, which arise from Barth's insistence that the doctrine of election is the eternal decision in which God graciously elects Godself to become humanity's God in the covenant-fulfilling existence of Jesus Christ.

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ReiheReligion in Philosophy and Theology
ISBN 9783161595585
Sprache Englisch
Erscheinungsdatum 01.09.2021
Umfang 223 Seiten
Genre Religion, Theologie/Christentum
Format Taschenbuch
Verlag Mohr Siebeck
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