New Center for Barth Studies Book Review

Chad Marshall reviews Mark S. Gignilliat, "Karl Barth and the Fifth Gospel: Barth’s Theological Exegesis of Isaiah" (Ashgate, 2009). This book is an interesting case study in Barth's theological exegesis, and Marshall's review is very illuminating. Be sure to check it out!



Matt Frost said…
It's a good book -- very helpful when I was doing work on Barth's "theological exegesis," though now I'm reminded I need it for more than that! I had been going after hermeneutics then, but his dogmatic manner of handling the OT is very much at stake in CD III.

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