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AAR Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA
November 23-26, 2019

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Karl Barth Society of North America

Statement of Purpose: 

The Karl Barth Society of North America exists to encourage a critical and constructive theology in continuity with the work of Karl Barth. The Society’s membership is open to all interested parties: scholars, students, pastors, laypersons.

Call for Papers: 

In honor of the 100th anniversary of the publication of Barth’s The Epistle to the Romans, the Karl Barth Society of North America is holding a multi-year series of sessions dedicated to this book and its legacy.

For the 2019 meeting, the Barth Society welcomes proposals related to Barth’s discussion of Romans 5-8 in the first or second edition of The Epistle to the Romans. Proposed papers could:

● offer critical reflection upon Barth’s remarks about the text of Romans 5-8 in the volume;

● examine Barth’s commentary on Romans 5-8 in The Epistle to the Romans in light of Barth’s later writings;

● consider Barth’s claims about Romans 5-8 in light of contemporary biblical scholarship; and/or

● bring Barth’s discussion of Romans 5-8 into conversation with the insights of others theologians. Proposals on related topics also will be considered.

For a co-sponsored session:

● A co-sponsored panel on Karl Barth and Comparative Theology, to be organized in collaboration with the Comparative Theology Unit

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