Barth in Conversation

Karl Barth. Barth in Conversation: Volume 2: 1963, Eberhard Busch, ed. (Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 2018), xx + 250 pp. $40 (hardback).

Reviewed by Christophe Chalamet (December 15, 2020)

Translators’ Seminar

The Barth Translators’ Seminar exists to foster the English-language reception of Karl Barth’s literary corpus by providing support and guidance for qualified translators and through facilitating the publishing of as yet unavailable Barth resources for the church and academy. The Seminar emerged out of the Center for Barth Studies regular conferences in response to the […]

Karl Barth on the Barmen Synod remembers his involvement in Barmen Synod, the complexity and contrasting views of involved parties, and his hopes for Barmen’s legacy.

Karl Barth – Yes and No

karl barth yes and no Karl Barth reflects on his reception by his interlocutors and their dialogues about the dialectal nature of the Word of God as it comes to the world.

Karl Barth & the Epistle to the Romans

Karl Barth & the Epistle to the Romans Karl Barth recalls the process of writing his commentary on the epistle to the Romans and his search for comrades in interpretation during the first years of the 1920s.

Karl Barth on the Church Struggle (Kirchenkampf)

karl barth on the church struggle Barth recalls the German Church Struggle against “the so-called revelation of history in Adolf Hitler” and the red theological thread that runs from the early dialectical theology of the 20s to his involvement in the German Church Struggle.