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a painting of a man with a quote from c s lewis
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Thus, in one sense, the road back to God, is a road of moral effort, of trying harder and harder.But in another sense, it is not trying that is ever going to bring us home.All this trying leads up to the vital moment, at which you turn to God and say,“You must do this. I can’t.”C S Lewis (1898-1963)#mypic
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The American theologian Henry James Sr. and his son Henry James Jr. in 1854. Henry James Jr. became famous as a writer.
an older man wearing glasses and a white t - shirt is sitting in front of a bookshelf
Hans Küng, itinerario y obra
Hans Küng!!
an old man sitting at a desk writing on a piece of paper with a pen in his hand
Karl Barth and Thomas Torrance, Against Federal Theology Side by Side
Karl Barth and Thomas Torrance against Federalism
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NameBright - Domain Expired
Martin Buber, Paris, 1958, dressed in unromantic attire, unprepared for places faraway from institutions, just like my father.
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Philippe Halsman Archive
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
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Karl Barth, teología dialéctica
Karl Barth (Basilea, 1886-Basilea, 1968), es considerado uno de los más influyentes teólogos del siglo XX. Su obra principal es Carta a los Romanos, publicada en Berna en 1922. Su labor teológica lleva la impronta de un retorno a la Biblia, de un contacto vivo con los problemas actuales de la iglesia y la sociedad, y de una labor continua en contacto inmediato con el pueblo. Barth descubre a Cristo como el centro de la Revelación. http://estebanlopezgonzalez.wordpress.com/2011/06/19/karl-barth/
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Una amistad en medio de la tormenta
Martin Heidegger Rudolf Bultmann
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Karl Barth
Karl Barth, Pastor and Incredible Theologian Source: http://satucket.com/lectionary/karl_barth.htm