The sheer volume and complexity of Barth's writings can overwhelm students new to his work. That's why this introduction is a good starting point. Complemented by whimsical illustrations, Franke's overview outlines key principles in Barth's thought; chronicles his break from 19th-century liberalism; discusses the formation of his neo-orthodoxy; and highlights people he continues to influence. 192 pages, softcover from Westminster/John Knox.
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