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Barth, Karl

Syllabification: Barth, Karl
Pronunciation: /bärt
 
/
( 1886–1968), Swiss theologian. His seminal work Epistle to the Romans (1919) established a neo-orthodox or theocentric approach to contemporary religious thought that remains influential in Protestant theology.

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