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Correlating Sobornost CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN KARL BARTH AND THE RUSSIAN ORTHODOX TRADITION Ashley John Moyse, Scott A. Kirkland, and John C. McDowell Editors Opening theological frontiers— ThisprojectgeneratesconversationbetweenthegreatthinkersoftheRussianOrthodox tradition with the most significant Protestant theologian of the last century, Karl Barth. ThebodyofRussiantheologicalscholarshipguidedbysobornostchallengesBarth,helping us to draw out necessary criticism while leading us toward unexpected insight, and vice versa. Accordingly, this collection not only illuminates but also stimulates discussions for those engaged in the study of Karl Barth’s corpus, the Orthodox tradition, and in the ecumenical discourse between East and West. Praise for Correlating Sobornost “This is an important book on an important topic. Bringing Barth into conversation with Eastern Orthodoxy promises to advance ecumenical relations in both directions. There is much to be learned on both sides, and this is a wonderful start.” George Hunsinger Princeton Theological Seminary “In this richly stimulating collection of essays, the temptations to insularity and self-sufficiency that have often beset both Barthian and Orthodox scholarshiphavebeendecisivelyovercomebyaspiritofcarefulandcreative engagement. The resultant conversation is a tremendous impetus toward the ecumenical ‘sobornicity’ of modern Christian theology.” Khaled Anatolios University of Notre Dame Ashley John Moyse is a research associate at both Vancouver School of Theology at the University of British Columbia and Trinity College, University of Divinity, Melbourne . Scott A. Kirkland is an honorary postdoctoral research associate at Trinity College, University of Divinity, Melbourne. John C. McDowell is the Melbourne-based director of research at the University of Divinity, and is a research associate of Trinity College, Melbourne. Religion / Systematic Theology Correlating Sobornost MOYSE KIRKLAND McDOWELL ...


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