Ever Against the Stream: The Politics of Karl Barth, 1906-1968

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While there are numerous studies of Karl Barth's theology, this isthe first book to explore the political side of Barth's work throughoutall the phases of his long life. As Frank Jehle shows, Barth's political views are not onlyfound in his formal writings but were also made clear in his activelife. Jehle here portrays Barth as a courageous man who was deeplyconcerned about world conditions and cared about people whowere suffering. It was the question, What will happen to humanity?that led Barth at a young age to support ...

Ever Against the Stream: The Politics of Karl Barth, 1906-1968 2002, William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, Grand Rapids, MI

ISBN-13: 9780802849441

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