Karl Barth's Theological Exegesis: The Hermeneutical Principles of the Römerbrief Period
Bloesch, Donald G., Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
Karl Barth's Theological Exegesis: The Hermeneutical Principles of the Romerbrief Period. By Richard E. Burnett. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2004, 312 pp., $45.00.
Richard Burnett, who teaches theology at Erskine Theological Seminary in Due West, South Carolina, has given us a truly masterful analysis of Karl Earth's approach to biblical hermeneutics. Burnett contends that Barth effectively challenged the hermeneutics dominant in neo-Protestantism, especially that associated with Friedrich Schleiermacher, who wielded an enormous influence on the theological scene in both the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Schleiermacher's hermeneutical method is one of empathy: the goal is to …
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Publication information: Article title: Karl Barth's Theological Exegesis: The Hermeneutical Principles of the Römerbrief Period. Contributors: Bloesch, Donald G. - Author. Journal title: Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. Volume: 48. Issue: 4 Publication date: December 2005. Page number: 858+. © Evangelical Theological Society Dec 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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