Faye Bodley-Dangelo. Sexual Difference, Gender, and Agency in Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics (London: T & T Clark, 2019), 208 pp. $130.00 (hardback).
Ike Miller. Seeing by the Light: Illumination in Augustine’s and Barth’s Readings of John (Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2020), xviii + 229 pp. $35.00 (paperback).
Hani Hanna. The Christology of Karl Barth and Matta al-Miskīn (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Fortress Academic, 2019), 280 pp. $100 (hardback).
This list of new and forthcoming titles has been compiled by the Center for Barth Studies. We are striving to be exhaustive, so if there is a title missing from this list, please feel free to contact us. We will continue to update and search for new and upcoming titles about Karl Barth. Books Published in […]
Joshua Ralston. Law and the Rule of God: A Christian Engagement with Sharīʿa (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2020), 351 pp. $99 (hardback).
Juliane Schüz. Glaube in Karl Barths Kirchlicher Dogmatik: Die anthropologische Gestalt des Glaubens zwischen Exzentrizität und Deutung (Berlin: DeGruyter, 2018), xii + 396 pp. $114.99 (hardcover).
Kevin Hargaden, Theological Ethics in a Neoliberal Age: Confronting the Christian Problem with Wealth (Eugene: Cascade Books. 2018), ix+181 pp. $28.00 (paperback). Reviewed by Henry Walter Spaulding III (April 13, 2021)
Martha L. Moore-Keish and Christian T. Collins Winn eds. Karl Barth and Comparative Theology (New York: Fordham University Press, 2019), 288 pp. $75.00 (hardback). Reviewed by John Sampson (April 1, 2021)
Keith L. Johnson, The Essential Karl Barth: A Reader and a Commentary (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2019), 384 pp. $40.00 (hardback). Reviewed by Christophe Chalamet (December 21, 2020).