Professor Gollwitzer begins with a useful introduction to the thought and originality of Karl Berth. There then Follows a selection of the main themes and extracts from Church Dogmatics. Each one is followed by a concise and helpful summary and explanation of the passage. Students, minister, and all those interested in theology, will value this ...Read MoreProfessor Gollwitzer begins with a useful introduction to the thought and originality of Karl Berth. There then Follows a selection of the main themes and extracts from Church Dogmatics. Each one is followed by a concise and helpful summary and explanation of the passage. Students, minister, and all those interested in theology, will value this introduction to one of the most important theological works of today.Read Less
Good. No Jacket. 1956 First American Edition by Charles Scribner's Sons/T & T Clark. First American Edition, so stated. Volume IV only. Black cloth with gilt spine titling. Some foxing to end papers. Text has a few notes, and the odd underline. One bumped corner. A spot of soil to textblock. Front hinge cracked but binding remains solid.
Very good. No dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. Very good condition; tight binding, very little shelf wear at top and bottom of spine; however, several chapters have underlining. Church Dogmatics, Vol. IV. The Doctrine of Reconciliation, part 1. 802 p. Includes index. Sewn binding, black cloth over boards, gilt lettering on spine; translated from: Die Kirchliche Dogmatik IV; Die Lehre von der Versohnung, I. from the Foreward by Barth: " To conclude, I often think that there are few men who have cause to be so grateful to God and man as I have......the result is that although the task is a heavy one I do not have to stagger under its weight, but year in, year out it carries me along with it. I now turn to it again. The way is long. But, having still time on the earth....Basel, June 1953. ( an edition was printed by Charles Scribner's Sons in New York in 1956, also.
Good. No dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. Good to Very good, but with intermittent underlining and notes, throughout. The binding is tight like a new book, the cover is fine. Church Dogmatics, Vol. III, the Doctrine of Creation, vol. 1. 428 p. Includes index. Sewn binding, black cloth over boards, gilt lettering on spine; Audience: General/trade. from the editors' preface: ". creation cannot be known or interpreted by and for itself, i.e., apart from the knowledge of the divine election and salvation in Jesus Christ. two guiding principles are thus given: first, that the creatureliness of the world is known only by acknowledgment of the revealed Word of God; and second, that creation and redemption are inseparably conjoined in the one work of grace."
Good Condition in Poor jacket. 14 books, complete set. Light wear to the blue boards; lightly yellowed pages; about half of the books have some red ink underlining or yellow highlighting, heavy in a few chapters but not excessive overall; bookplates inside each; good to very good shape otherwise. The dust jackets are all present but heavily chipped and torn; some missing pieces. Various printings, most from about 1970. Includes 2 books for Volume I; 2 books for Volume II; 4 books for Volume III; 5 books for Volume IV; Index Volume. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 4+ Pounds/Larger. Category: Theology & Religion; Inventory No: 117800.
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