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Christopher Asprey's stellar book is one of the first to plumb the depths of the Gottingen lectures, a key link in the chain of Barth's thologicl development. (Steven Edmund Demmler Jr. Theology)

This is a very fine discussion Barth's deployment of eschatological grace. It is fully up to date with the critical literature both German and Anglo-Saxon, and freed from the garb of grey academic dress stylistically. (Timothy Bradshaw, The Journal of Theological Studies)

Aprey does his work in the right way - in close conversation with the very best Barth scholars on both sides of the Atlantic. Hopefully, his book will be given a very wide reading. (Bruce McCormack, Journal of SJT)

This is the best kind of research. It concerns itself with a discrete body of literature; it proceeds by a close reading of those texts; its writing is clear; and its judgments are sensible. (Timothy Baylor, Themelios)

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Christopher Asprey studied theology at King's College London before completing a doctorate in the theology of Karl Barth at the University of Aberdeen. He is co-editor of Ecumenism Today: The Universal Church in the 21st Century. He currently teaches dogmatic theology at the Institute Catholique de Paris.

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