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For many students of Scripture and Christian theology, Karl Barthbs break with liberalism is the most important event that has occurred in theology in over 200 years. In "Karl Barthbs Theological Exegesis" Richard E. Burnett provides the first detail … weiterlesen
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Titel: Karl Barth's Theological Exegesis: The Hermeneutical Principles of the Romerbrief Period
Autor/en: Richard E. Burnett

ISBN: 0802809995
EAN: 9780802809995
Sprache: Englisch.
WILLIAM B EERDMAN CO

Juni 2004 - gebunden - 312 Seiten

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For many students of Scripture and Christian theology, Karl Barthbs break with liberalism is the most important event that has occurred in theology in over 200 years. In "Karl Barthbs Theological Exegesis" Richard E. Burnett provides the first detailed look at this watershed event, showing how Barth read the Bible before and after his break with liberalism, how he came to read the Bible differently than most of his contemporaries, and why Barthbs contribution is still significant today.As Burnett explains, the crux of Barthbs legacy is his abandonment of the hermeneutical tradition of Schleiermacher, which had had such a profound influence on Christian thought in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This hermeneutical tradition, which began with Herder and extended through Dilthey, Troeltsch, Wobbermin, Wernle, and Barth himself prior to 1915, is characterized by its attempt to integrate broad aspects of interpretation, to establish universally valid rules of interpretation on the basis of a general anthropology, and by its reliance on empathy.Barthbs discovery that bthe being of God is the hermeneutical problemb implied that the object to be known should determine the way taken in knowing. This fundamental insight brought about a hermeneutical revolution that gave priority to content over method, to actual exegesis over hermeneutical theory. The development of Barthbs new approach to Scripture is especially evident in his "Romerbrief" period, during which he developed a set of principles for properly reading Scripture. Burnett focuses on these principles, which have never been discussed at length or viewed specifically in relationship to Schleiermacher, and presents a studythat challenges both bneo-orthodoxb and bpostmodernb readings of Barth.This is a crucial piece of scholarship. Not only is it the first major book in English on Barthbs hermeneutics, but it also employs pioneering research in Barth studies. Burnett includes in his discussi
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