Wednesday, 30 November 2005

Church Dogmatics II/2

Summary: God’s being is a free decision, and Jesus Christ is both subject and object of this decision: he is the electing God and the elect human being.

Quote: “The election of grace is the eternal beginning of all the ways and works of God in Jesus Christ. In Jesus Christ God in His free grace determines Himself for sinful man and sinful man for Himself. He therefore takes upon Himself the rejection of man with all its consequences, and elects man to participation in His own glory” (p. 94).

Notable section: §33,1-2—Barth’s magnificent and deeply moving account of the election of Jesus Christ.

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