By D. Densil Morgan

This is often the 1st publication size assesment in English of the influence of Karl Barth's theology in Britain. starting with the essays of Adolf Keller and H.R. waterproof coat within the Twenties, it analyses the interaction among Barth's constructing notion and diverse strands of English, Scottish and Welsh church background as much as the Nineteen Eighties. Barth's influence on British perceptions of the German Church fight through the Nineteen Thirties is mentioned, in addition to the prepared reputation that his theology won one of the English Congregationalists, Welsh Nonconformists and theologians of the Church of Scotland. part forgotten names comparable to John McConnachie and Nathaniel Micklem are dropped at mild in addition to larger identified representatives of British Barthianism like Daniel T. Jenkins and T.F. Torrance. Barth and the secular theology of the Nineteen Sixties are assessed, besides the beginnings of the Barthian renaissance associated with Colin Gunton and others throughout the Nineteen Eighties. Barth Reception in Britain is a contribution to fashionable church heritage in addition to the background of doctrine.

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38 His latest essay, however, was on Barth alone. Like McConnachie’s treatment, it was more a description of the Barthian standpoint than an assessment of its virtues or ills. , 400. H. R. Mackintosh, ‘Leaders of theological thought: Karl Barth’, Expository Times 29 (1927–28), 536–40. H. R. Mackintosh, ‘Recent foreign theology’, Expository Times 27 (1925–26), 282–3 [282]. Mackintosh, ‘Leaders of theological thought: Karl Barth’, 536. , 537. , 537. 33 BARTH RECEPTION IN BRITAIN a radical dialectic.

34 Yet the seed had been sown. ‘This theology [both] attracts and repels us’,35 he claimed. , 386. , 386. , 399. , 399. , 400. , 400. 36 Deepening engagement Between 1925 and the end of the decade, the British response to Barth’s theology would occur most vigorously in Scotland, Wales and among English Congregationalists. Yet in September 1928 Scotland again would take the lead. As part of a series on leaders of current theological thought in The Expository Times, H. R. Mackintosh took Barth as his subject.

T. Forsyth. The article itself was a workmanlike description of those aspects of Barth’s theology which were apparent at the time: that his basic method was dialectical, that he was overtly critical of the phenomenon of religion, and that his most positive contribution was on the divine transcendence and the deity of Christ. Barth’s whole outlook on the world and on man, as well as his view of scripture, is ruled by his doctrine of God . . Neither in nature nor in history nor in human experience is God to be found.

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