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Karl Barth and Comparative Theology / Martha L. Moore-Keish, Christian T. Collins Winn.

Publication:
New York, NY : Fordham University Press, [2019]
Series:
Comparative Theology: Thinking Across Traditions ; 7
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (288 pages)
Subjects:
Christianity and other religions.
Religions.
Local subjects:
Christian-Jewish dialogue. (search)
Comparative theology. (search)
Francis Clooney. (search)
Interreligious. (search)
Karl Barth. (search)
Muslim-Christian dialogue. (search)
Religion. (search)
Theology of religion. (search)
Language:
In English.
System Details:
Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web.
text file PDF
Summary:
Building on recent engagements with Barth in the area of theologies of religion, Karl Barth and Comparative Theology inaugurates a new conversation between Barth's theology and comparative theology. Each essay brings Barth into conversation with theological claims from other religious traditions for the purpose of modeling deep learning across religious borders from a Barthian perspective. For each tradition, two Barth-influenced theologians offer focused engagements of Barth with the tradition's respective themes and figures, and a response from a theologian from that tradition then follows. With these surprising and stirringly creative exchanges, Karl Barth and Comparative Theology promises to open up new trajectories for comparative theology.Contributors: Chris Boesel, Francis X. Clooney, Christian T. Collins Winn, Victor Ezigbo, James Farwell, Tim Hartman, S. Mark Heim, Paul Knitter, Pan-chiu Lai, Martha L. Moore-Keish, Peter Ochs, Marc Pugliese, Joshua Ralston, Anantanand Rambachan, Randi Rashkover, Kurt Richardson, Mun'im Sirry, John Sheveland, Nimi Wariboko
Contents:
Frontmatter
CONTENTS
Foreword: Some Reflections on Barth and Comparative Theology
Introduction
1 Comparative Theology, Comparative Wisdom, and Covenantal Logic
2 Faith as Immunity to History? Rethinking Barth and Fackenheim
Response to Part I
3 Barth's Theology of Religion and Dōgen's Nondualism
4 Barth and Universal Salvation: A Mahayana Buddhist Perspective
Response to Part II
5 Analogies across Faiths: Barth and Ghazali on Speaking after Revelation
6 Karl Barth and Parousia in Comparative Messianism
Response to Part III
7 God as Subject and Never Object to Us: Reading Kena Upaniṣad with Karl Barth and Śaṅkara
8 "Do Not Grieve": Reconciliation in Barth and Vedanta Desika
Response to Part IV
9 Speaking about the Unspeakable: Conversing with Barth and Ejizu on Mediated Divine Action
10 Humanity and Destiny: A Theological Comparison of Karl Barth and African Traditional Religions
Response to Part V
Conclusion. Barth's Dreams: Religions as Scandal and Parable
Acknowledgments
List of Contributors
Notes:
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (publisher's Web site, viewed 23. Jul 2020)
Contributor:
Boesel, Chris
Clooney, Francis X.
Collins Winn, Christian T.
Collins Winn, Christian T., editor., Editor,
Ezigbo, Victor Ifeanyi
Farwell, James W.
Hartman, Tim
Heim, S. Mark
Knitter, Paul F.
Lau, Pan-chiu
Moore-Keish, Martha L.
Moore-Keish, Martha L., editor., Editor,
Ochs, Peter
Pugliese, Marc A.
Ralston, Joshua
Rambachan, Anantanand
Rashkover, Randi
Richardson, Kurt Anders
Sheveland, John N.
Sirry, Mun'im
Wariboko, Nimi
De Gruyter.
Contained In:
De Gruyter University Press Library.
ISBN:
9780823284627
Publisher Number:
10.1515/9780823284627 doi
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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