HOW I CHANGED MY MIND by Karl Barth

HOW I CHANGED MY MIND

By
Email this review

KIRKUS REVIEW

Three articles previously published in the Christian Century magazine are brought together here, with an introductory portrait and biographical sketch by John Godsey, a doctoral student under the famous Swiss theologian. The essays themselves are autobiographical in character, and were written in 1938, 1948, and 1958, each covering Barth's pilgrimage over the preceding decade. The impression is of a personal, informal, and at times intimate glimpse of Barth's own development, especially as he lived through the crises leading up to and continuing through the second World War. The editor's portrait and sketches add some interesting materials, and are frankly laudatory in tone.

Pub Date: Aug. 29th, 1966
Publisher: John Knox