Justification: the doctrine of Karl Barth and a catholic reflection

KŸng, Hans (tr. Thomas Collins, Edmund E. Tolk, David Granskou)

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Hans Kung’s groundbreaking study–acclaimed as a model for ecumenical discussion–has become a classic work. Looking at the doctrine of justification as understood by the Protestant theologian Karl Barth in comparison to classic Roman Catholic theology, Kung found that the two had similar ideas about the main elements of justification. He argued there is fundamental agreement between Catholicism and Barth’s doctrine and that the somewhat divergent viewpoints “would not warrant a division in the Church.”

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Publisher
Burns & Oates
Publisher City
London
Year
1981
Edition
1st thus (new material)
Format
h/b
Author
KŸng, Hans (tr. Thomas Collins, Edmund E. Tolk, David Granskou)
SKU
IYC132152
Categories
Condition
Very good, revised edition, missing d/j, ex-library book (Latimer Trust), black boards (damage to spine from label); gilt spine titling bright; text block firm, pages crisp and unmarked.
Size
8vo: crown (200 x 140 / 8" x 5_")
Page Count
332
ISBN
0855325089