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Karl Barth's Ideas on the Economic and Immanent Trinity

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Length: 24 pages20 minutes

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Karl Barth's Ideas on the Economic and Immanent Trinity by Robert Alan King is a booklet with over 3,700 words. This study examines and explains Barth's ideas about the Trinity as the starting point of all theological inquiry about God. It will take a look at how he finds what he refers to as "the problem of the Trinity" in God's revelation to humanity. The booklet will discuss how his three specific questions will help us discover God when examined in the witness of God's revelation as given to us in the pages of Scripture. In Barth's conclusion, this leads us to what we can know about the immanent Trinity by the economic Trinity of God revealing himself. Robert Alan King is an ordained minister through Calvary Chapel.

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