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Barth and Schleiermacher on the Doctrine of Election

A Systematic-Theological Comparison

by Matthias Gockel

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Get this from a library! Barth and Schleiermacher on the doctrine of election: a systematic-theological comparison. [Matthias Gockel] -- Offering an interpretation of the two most important Protestant theologians in the 19th & 20th century, Friedrich Schleiermacher & Karl Barth, this work focuses on the doctrine of election or. Barth and Schleiermacher on the Doctrine of Election: A Systematic-Theological Comparison. Oxford University Press. pp. Patricia E. Guenther-Gleason. On Schleiermacher and Gender Politics. Trinity Press International. pp. David Jasper (editor). The Interpretation of Belief: Coleridge, Schleiermacher and Romanticism. Macmillan.

The chapter shows how Barth's second revision of the doctrine, culminating in Church Dogmatics II/2, puts the doctrine on a new foundation. Predestination now is identical with the election of Jesus Christ. It is a primal decision, by which God determines not only humankind but also Himself, and a gracious choice, by which God chooses reprobation for Himself and election for human beings. of the noteworthy exceptions to this analysis is the book by Gockel () titled Barth & Schleiermacher on the Doctrine of Election: A Systematic-Theological Comparison, which is discussed in greater detail throughout this article. Friedrich Schleiermacher’s (–) theological essay on the doctrine of election – in which.

  Part of the aim of Barth’s doctrine of election was to shed light on the dark shadow of the Deus absconditus. In other words, we want to know that we are actually dealing with God when we are dealing with Jesus Christ. Allow me to quote Barth at length: “The election of Jesus Christ is the eternal choice and decision of God. Schleiermacher also seeks to support the church union movement between Lutherans and the Reformed by examining the doctrine of election in light of the New Testament and historic confessional traditions. This edition is enhanced by the translators' incisive introduction and a foreword by noted Schleiermacher scholar Terrence N. Tice.


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Barth and Schleiermacher on the Doctrine of Election. Matthias Gockel, Barth and Schleiermacher on the Doctrine of Election: A Systematic-Theological Comparison (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), viii + $ / £ Reviewed by Matthew J.

Aragon Bruce (Aug ). The first detailed comparison between the theologies of Friedrich Schleiermacher and the early dialectical theology of Karl Barth.

Matthias Gockel shows that the doctrine of election in Barth's early theology bears a remarkable resemblance to the position of by: 9.

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2 day shipping options The first detailed comparison between the theologies of Friedrich Schleiermacher and the. Gockel contends that there is a distinct echo of Schleiermacher's doctrine of election in Barth's own early revision of the doctrine.

In Der Römerbrief Barth accentuates the dialectical unity of God's decree: ‘God's reprobation (of the elect) and God's election (of the reprobate) are “unintuitably one and the same in God”’ (p.

).Author: Jason A. Goroncy. The changes in Barth's doctrine of election. Similar Items Barth and Schleiermacher on the doctrine of election: a systematic-theological comparison / by: Gockel, Matthias.

Matthias Gockel, Barth and Schleiermacher on the Doctrine of Election: A Systematic-Theological Comparison (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), pp. (review copy courtesy of Oxford UP – and there is also an online edition) The exact nature of Barth’s relationship to Schleiermacher is one of the most complex and far-reaching problems for historians of modern.

|a Introduction: 'quite close--excuse me--to Schleiermacher' -- Barth on election -- Barth on Schleiermacher -- Barth and Schleiermacher -- Probing the tradition: Schleiermacher's revision of the doctrine in his essay on election -- Unconditional grace and predestination -- Election and general redemption through Christ -- One divine decree.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction: 'quite close--excuse me--to Schleiermacher' --Barth on election --Barth on Schleiermacher --Barth and Schleiermacher --Probing the tradition: Schleiermacher's revision of the doctrine in his essay on election --Unconditional grace and predestination --Election and general.

Barth's doctrine of election involves a firm rejection of the notion of an eternal, hidden decree. In keeping with his Christo-centric methodology, Barth argues that to ascribe the salvation or damnation of humanity to an abstract absolute decree is to make some part of God more final and definitive than God's saving act in Jesus Christ.

On the Doctrine of Election Hardback - Friedrich Schleiermacher, Iain G. Nicol, Allen G. Jorgenson: Westminster John Knox Press ***Available April ***This book offers the first English translation of Friedrich Schleiermacher's "On the Doctrine of Election" (), a historic and influential essay published just before the first edition of Schleiermacher's magisteria.

The book argues that the doctrine of election in Karl Barth's early theology shows a striking resemblance to the position of Friedrich Schleiermacher, and that his later christological revision of the doctrine overcomes the limitations of his earlier ‘Schleiermacherian’ position.

Initially, both agree that predestination is not a pre‐temporal decision by which God has decreed once and. Introduction: ‘Quite close—excuse me—to Schleiermacher’ 1 1.

Barth on Election 1 2. Barth on Schleiermacher 5 3. Barth and Schleiermacher 9 1. Probing the Tradition: Schleiermacher’s Revision of the Doctrine in his Essay on Election 16 1.

Unconditional Grace and Predestination 18 2. Election and General Redemption through Christ 22 3. Barth and Schleiermacher on the Doctrine of Election: A Systematic-Theological Comparison. New York: Oxford University Press, Gockel, Matthias.

“New Perspectives on an Old Debate: Friedrich Schleiermacher’s Essay on Election.” International Journal of Systematic Theology (), Helmer, Christine.

Theology and the End of. Matthias Gockel is the author of Barth and Schleiermacher on the Doctrine of Election ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 1 review, published ), Sterben (/5. The chapter argues that Karl Barth's Commentary on Romans questions the individualistic assumptions of traditional views.

For Barth, as for Schleiermacher, predestination is a divine act that constitutes the unity of all human beings and not an absolute distinction between two kinds of persons. Every person is the object of God's universal judgment and grace, at once separated from and bound.

In Karl Barth's Doctrine of Election, Jesus Christ is the only elected individual, and no other individual is elected like Jesus (Act ), but in him (c.f.

Eph ) all people are included in his election (1 Cor ). Since Barth was not a Universalist, this syllogism indicates that there may be individuals who are included in Jesus' election that are ultimately condemned in the Final.

The Reformed doctrine was, therefore, “Christless,” a “false start,” which but for a doctrinal and pastoral inconsistency, could have issued only in mysticism or moralism (). Therewith Barth identifies his central theological move with respect to his own doctrine of election. Offering an interpretation of the two most important Protestant theologians in the 19th & 20th century, Friedrich Schleiermacher & Karl Barth, this work focuses on the doctrine of election or predestination, & shows that Schleiermacher's original approach to this was taken one step further by Barth.Schleiermacher’s treatment of election criticizes the narrow focus on individual salvation and emphasizes the primacy of divine grace.

Yet more than merely offering a revision of this controversial doctrine, Schleiermacher’s position illuminates the larger correlation of grace, history, and soteriology in .* Translated into English for the first time, Schleiermacher's essay elucidates his view of election as consisting of a single divine decree that embraces all humanitya theological development that later influenced Karl Barth.

He also examines this doctrine in light of the New Testament and confessional traditions to encourage unification between Lutherans and the Reformed. pages Pages: