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God in Systematic Theology after Barth: Trends and perspectives
Stellenbosch theological journal
The article gives an overview of the state of scholarship on God in Systematic Theology since Karl Barth. The aim is to identify trends and to raise the question about the possibility of new insights generated in theological research. The pluralistic nature of Systematic Theology is highlighted. Having mapped the crucial insights articulated by Barth, the author identifies five trends in theological thinking on God: the Trinitarian Renaissance, the rethinking of the attribute tradition, thedoi:10.17570/stj.2018.v4n2.a15 fatcat:rgqmqv62ojauhawi7vkp2ighli