This volume presents Karl Barthas lectures as part of the prestigious Gifford lectureship in which he focuses on the knowledge and service of God, relating particularly to the 1560 Scottish Reformation. He notes: aThese lectures on that teaching [of the Reformed church on natural theology] will not take the form of an independent outline, but will be connected with a adocumenta of the Reformation. Further, taking into account the specifically Scottish character of the Gifford foundation, this document will be a document of the aScottisha Reformation.ab I am letting John Knox and his friend speak in their Confessio Scotica of 1560. This is not to take the form of an historical analysis of the Scottish Confession, but that of a theological paraphrase and elucidation of the document as it speaks today and as we today by a careful objective examination of its content can hear it speak.adepart and the hills are moved, but the grace of God does not depart and the covenant cannot be moved on His side. ... than the others, cannot abandon the promise, because the promise does not abandon them, but remains with them despiteanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Knowledge of God and the Service of God according to the Teaching of the Reformation|
|Publisher||:||Wipf and Stock Publishers -|