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Ausgabe:

September/2014

Spalte:

1034–1035

Kategorie:

Dogmen- und Theologiegeschichte

Autor/Hrsg.:

Hitchcock, Nathan

Titel/Untertitel:

Karl Barth and the Resurrection of the Flesh. The Loss of the Body in Participatory Eschatology.

Verlag:

Cambridge: James Clarke (Lutterworth Press) 2013. 228 S. Kart. £ 19,50. ISBN 978-0-22717410-4.

Rezensent:

Mårten Björk

Nathan Hitchcock, Assistant Professor of Church History and Theology at Sioux Falls Seminary, has written an engaging book on the problem of resurrection in the theology of Karl Barth. H. in-vites us to go back to the Credo in resurrectionem carnis – »I believe in the resurrection of the flesh« – in the Apostles’ Creed. This credo should prompt theologians to conceptualize the continuity of the flesh before and after the resurrection and may be used as a yardstick to evaluate works written about resurrection. It is this ques-tion of continuity that causes Barth’s multifaceted analysis of the resurrection to falter according to H.: it lacks the capacity to formulate the early Christian view of resurrection as re-surrection, as something that returns the dead to the living ...


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