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Ausgabe:

Juli/August/2020

Spalte:

682–684

Kategorie:

Dogmen- und Theologiegeschichte

Autor/Hrsg.:

Jones, Paul Dafydd, and Paul T. Nimmo [Eds.]

Titel/Untertitel:

The Oxford Handbook of Karl Barth.

Verlag:

Oxford u. a.: Oxford University Press 2020. XXIV, 710 S. = Oxford Handbooks. Geb. US$ 145,00. ISBN 978-0-19-968978-1.

Rezensent:

R. David Nelson

The modern period has witnessed the emergence of a vast library of research works published for scholars and students engaged in the academic study of theology and its various sub-disciplines. Since the rise of the modern research university in the early nineteenth century, a host of new genres of scholarly literature – encyclope-dias, handbooks, subject dictionaries, enchiridions, compendia, and surveys, to name but a few – have flourished, as publishers have sought to supply the research guilds with tools useful for investigation, reference and coursework. It is well known that theology has endured an uneasy journey through the modern period, as it has labored, sometimes awkwardly, to establish itself as a legiti-mate field of scientific study that can hold its own in the ...


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