In Freedom under the Word, top-tier scholars offer critical engagements with Karl Barth's exegesis of Christian Scripture and explore its implications for contemporary hermeneutics and biblical interpretation. Focusing on rare texts from the Barth corpus, this volume considers the legacy and potential of Barth's theology by presenting a wide-ranging engagement with and assessment of Barth's theological exegesis. The book covers Barth's career chronologically, providing insight into his theological development as it relates to Scripture. Freedom under the Word will benefit professors and students of theology, biblical interpretation, and the theological interpretation of Scripture as well as Barth scholars.ContentsIntroductionPart 1: Barth's Theology of Scripture1. Barth's Theology of Scripture in Developmental Perspective Martin Westerholm2. Barth's Theology of Scripture in Dogmatic Perspective Ben RhodesPart 2: Barth's Early Exegesis3. Rewriting Romans: Theology and Exegesis in Barth's Early Commentaries Francis Watson4. 'A Relation beyond All Relations': God and Creatures in Barth's Lectures on Ephesians, 1921-22 John Webster5. The Call to Repentance Is the Call of the Gospel: Barth, the Epistle of James, and Moral Theology Carsten Card-HyattPart 3: Barth's Doctrine of God in Exegetical Perspective6. The Logos Is Jesus Christ: Barth on the Johannine Prologue Wesley Hill7. Karl Barth on Ephesians 1:4 Stephen Fowl8. Karl Barth and Isaiah's Figural Hope Mark Gignilliat9. Israel and the Church: Barth's Exegesis of Romans 9-11 Susannah TicciatiPart 4: Barth's Doctrine of Creation in Exegetical Perspective10. Creation and Covenant: Karl Barth's Exegesis of Genesis 2:8-17 Andrew B. Torrance11. Barth on God's Graciousness toward Humanity in Genesis 1-2 Christina N. Larsen12. 'Worthy Is the Lamb': Karl Barth's Exegesis of Revelation 4-5 Christopher GreenPart 5: Barth's Doctrine of Reconciliation in Exegetical Perspective13. Barth on Christ and Adam Grant Macaskill14. 'We, Too, Are in Advent': Barth's Theological Exegesis of Hebrews 11 R. David Nelson15. The Compassion of Jesus for the Crowds Paul T. NimmoIndexesThe Authors Ben RhodesBen Rhodes (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is manager of academic studies at the Christian Institute on Disability at the Joni and Friends International Disability Center in Agoura Hills, California. He also teaches at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University.Continue readingabout Ben RhodesMartin WesterholmMartin Westerholm (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is senior lecturer in systematic theology at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. He previously taught at Durham University. Westerholm is the author of several books, including The Ordering of the...Continue readingabout Martin Westerholm
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