Reforming Rome: Karl Barth and Vatican II

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Index of Names
Aquinas, Thomas, 29, 123, 144; analogia entis, 179; comparisons with Barth, 11; comparisons with Tillich, 13
Avis, Paul, 205
Balthasar, Hans Urs von, 12, 16, 166, 221; Barth as “catholic theologian,” 122-24; partner in dialogue, 14
Barth, Markus: sacraments, 129-30; “vicar of Christ,” 77
Baxter, Richard: unity, 195
Bea, Augustin, 45, 51, 199; on the Jews, 228-29
Beauduin, Dom Lambert, 23, 34, 123
Beauvoir, Simone de, 150
Boegner, Marc: help for Jews, 224; observers, 50-51
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich: cost of discipleship, 173-74; the Jews, 224-25; wives and husbands, 156, 162
Bonino, José Míguez, 215
Boulding, Cecily, 164
Bouyer, Louis, 5, 121
Brown, Raymond, 21, 48
Brown, Robert McAfee, 21, 48; Barth, 117; observers, 89-91, 215
Bührig, Marga, 162
Busch, Eberhard: analogia entis, 178; Barmen, 116, 178; Barth and Jews, 224
Butler, Christopher, 86, 121
Byrne, Lavinia, 156
Caird, George, 40, 45; magisterium, 105; Mariology, 189-91
Calvin, John: Barth on Calvin, 29, 35-38; Calvin and Sadolet, 30-33; “catholic” and Reformed collegiality, 90; Geneva, 231; Jews, 226; Mary, 183; as “pope” in Geneva, 66
Chakko, Sarah, 153, 155-56, 158
Congar, Yves: Barth, respect for and criticism of, 28, 137; biographical, 122-23; filioque and councils, 145; laity, 114, 155; reform, 6, 7, 11, 23, 26-28; tradition, 69; Vatican II journal, 39, 43, 163-64; Vatican II peritus, 24, 4243; vocation to unity, 27-28, 32-33, 38; World Council of Churches, 49-50
Contarini, Caspar, 30, 38
Courtney Murray, John: religious freedom, 41, 123, 215
Cullmann, Oscar, 10, 58, 195, 208, 215; on Peter, 98
Dahlke, Benjamin, 18
Daly, Mary: misogyny, 150
Dulles, Avery: images of the church, 72; infallibility, 96; Protestant background, 121
Dunn, James D. G., 6, 163

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