E 180 Doctrine in Practice: Introducing Karl Barth’s Moral Theology (2016)


Karl Barth is widely regarded as a giant of systematic theology but he was also a significant, if unconventional, ethicist whose theological ethics continue to be a dialogue partner for much practical Christian thinking today.

This lucid introduction explores the main themes in Barth’s thinking, and why they are both important and relevant, and offers ways for further engagement. It will prove an immensely useful introduction to Barth’s ethical thought.

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Author: Michael Leyden

Revd Dr Michael Leyden teaches ordinands systematic theology and ethics at St Mellitus North West, a partnership between St Mellitus College and the Dioceses of Blackburn, Carlisle, Chester, Liverpool and Manchester based at Liverpool Cathedral. He is also part-time Priest-in-Charge of Weston with Shavington in the Diocese of Chester

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