A crítica da religião na teologia de Karl Barth
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Theological Method
Religion
Modern Theology
Karl Barth Método Teológico
Religião
Teologia Moderna
Karl Barth

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Rodrigues, A. M. (2012). A crítica da religião na teologia de Karl Barth. Kerygma, 8(1), 37–67. Recuperado de https://revistas.unasp.edu.br/kerygma/article/view/118

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Em contraste com vários teólogos que defenderam a religião contra inúmeros ataques realizados por filósofos modernos, Karl Barth criticou a religião a partir de uma perspectiva teológica. Desse modo, este artigo objetiva descrever o significado da crítica da religião na teologia de Barth, particularmente em suas obras A carta aos romanos e Church dogmatics. De maneira geral, a partir do ponto de vista da doutrina da justificação pela fé, a crítica barthiana da religião claramente envolve uma contraposição ao método teológico do protestantismo moderno, especificamente a teologia liberal, que adota um ponto de partida antropocêntrico ao invés de teocêntrico.

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