Very good. Signed by previous owner. Tight binding, front cover red has slightly faded and inside pages are yellowing with age. Clean copy, no underlining or highlighting. Owner's signature in ink on inside cover. 77 p., 22 cm. Red softcover with front cover illustration; includes index. Part of the Ecumenical Studies in History series. Originally published as 'Karl Barth zum Kirchenkampf'. Kaiser, 1956.
New in new dust jacket. A collection of essays by the great German theologian Karl Barth, about the conflicts between the German Protestant churches and the Nazi state, during the 1930s. This work presents critical reflection from Barth's point of view, upon the historical, social, and political background to the transformation of the German Churches.
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