Evangelicalism has had many and varied reactions to Karl Barth's theology. Arguably the most important theologian since John Calvin, Evangelicals often react to Barth with praise, admiration, but also with skepticism, hostility, and fear. This book contains a series of essays that seek to, as the title says engage Barth's theology from a critical, yet open, Evangelical perspective. A number of theological issues important to Evangelicals are covered including, covenant theology, election, doctrine of Scripture, the atonement, and ecclesiology. As John Webster states, Evangelical reception of Barth takes a step forward in this well-informed collection."
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