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It is accordingly one of the chief aims of the present volume to investigate the relation between the “earlier” and the “later” Barth, and the relation between the “earlier” and the “later” Brunner as well as the present relationship between these outstanding Crisis theologians.

The Argument in Brief 1. Introduction We are confronted with an interesting and arresting fact. It is the fact that the Crisis theologians seek constantly to set their position in contrast to that of those who claim to possess a system of truth. A true theology, Barth and Brunner contend, must be anything but systematic. Those who hold to a system of theology, they say, have failed to see the true nature of the transcendence of God. They have bound God to a finished and completed revelation. A truly
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