Author(s): Karl Barth
How can Christians claim to hold in common one Lord, one faith, and one baptism while their churches remain splintered? Theological giant Karl Barth's mature, historic discussion of the problem of church unity still deserves careful attention.
Karl Barth (1886-1968) Professor of dogmatic theology at the University of Basel, Switzerland, he is considered by some the greatest Protestant theologian of the twentieth century and possibly the greatest since the Reformation. Among his most famous works are Church Dogmatics and The Epistle to the Romans.