By Karl Barth
Described by means of Pope Pius XII because the most crucial theologian considering the fact that Thomas Aquinas, the Swiss pastor and theologian, Karl Barth, remains to be an incredible effect on scholars, students and preachers today.
Barth's theology came upon its expression almost always via his heavily reasoned fourteen-part magnum opus, Die Kirchliche Dogmatik. Having taken over 30 years to put in writing, the Church Dogmatics is thought of as essentially the most vital theological works of all time, and represents the head of Barth's success as a theologian.
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Both allow for the findings of biblical criticism. For both, pluralism, historical development, and ambiguity are inevi table. Judaism no longer speaks in clear-cut, authoritarian terms. That is why both positions will be rejected by the modern tra ditionalist and welcomed by other Jews who prize the individ ualism and freedom that Rosenzweig and, to a lesser extent, Heschel recognize. Of course, with freedom and individualism comes responsibility—and not a little anxiety. The Jewish Myth We have come full circle.
Yet the locus of the authority of the Torah has shifted radi cally, from the supernatural God to the human community, for it is out of Israel’s collective life that Torah emerged. Moreover, Israel’s original conception of Torah can be recast as Israel’s salvational vision is refined. Hence, Jewish belief and practice change as the community changes. What identifies these evernew formulations as Jewish is simply the fact that they emerge out of the collective life of the Jewish community. Judaism, then, is whatever the Jewish community says it is.
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