Barthianism is the name of the theological movement associated with the thoughts of the Swiss theologian Karl Barth (1886–1968). It is part of the theological movement called neoorthodoxy and is a reaction against the liberal theology of eighteenth and nineteenth centuries which was most associated with the work of Friedrich Schleiermacher. It's also referred to as Barthian Evangelicalism.
Rev. G. R. Procee, "Barthianism" 
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