The study is concerned with a dogmatic figure which placed Karl Barth in the centre of programmatic statements but also inflamed massive criticism of his theology - namely the relationship of the Gospel and the Law. For this, the author examines the 476 sermons which Barth delivered from 1913 to 1964 to determine how they address God’s demands and God's consolation. The analysis leads to a systematic theological accentuation of Barth's views on “Gospel and Law” with an enhanced depth of field.
André Demut, Ev.-luth. Kirche, Thüringen.
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