Themelios review of Price, Letters of the Divine Word: The Perfections of God in Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics

For those interested in Barth studies, the divine attributes, or just good theology in general (!): I recently reviewed Rob Price’s book on the divine perfections in the theology of Karl Barth over at Themelios (see here). While other works on Barth and the divine perfections are helpful, Price’s stands out as the best one available. I’m hoping the paperback version will soon see the light of day like other books in that series.

Others might also be interested in the other reviews, including: Holmes, The Holy Trinity; Eglington, Trinity and Organism [“This volume convincingly overturns a paradigm that has stymied the field”]; and Dolezal’s book on divine simplicity (my diss topic), God without Parts.

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About Jordan P. Barrett

PhD, Systematic Theology, Wheaton College
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