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Barthianism is the name of the theological movement associated with the thoughts of the Swiss theologian Karl Barth (1886–1968).[1] 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.

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  1. ^ Dictionary.Reference.Com

External links[edit]

Rev. G. R. Procee, "Barthianism" [1]