Church Dogmatics: Doctrine of Reconciliation Jesus Christ by Karl Barth, G. W. Bromiley, T. F. Torrance

By Karl Barth, G. W. Bromiley, T. F. Torrance

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For according to the picture given in the Old Testament, the fact that it takes place, and does so in the way that it does, has from the very outset and continually its basis in an address, promise, command, order and summons of Yahweh. "For he spake, and it was done; he commanded, and it stood fast" (Ps. 33 9). This basis necessarily attests itself in the fact that the history for its part, even as it takes place, is a speaking, summoning, prophetic history, a history of the Word of God in the flesh.

But it does not speak on the basis of this, nor is it . Happy IS that people, whose God is the Lord" (Ps. 144 15 ). "The Lord is nghteous In all hIS wa'ys, and holy in all his works. The Lord is nigh unto all the~ that call upon hIm, to all that call upon him in truth. He will fulfil the deSIre of them that fear him: he also will hear their cry, and will save them" 11 (Ps. ). "Happy is he that hath the God of Jacob for his help whose hope IS In t~e Lord his God" (Ps. 1465) . " The Lord lifteth up the meek': he casteth the.

It is the glory of the God who humbles Himself to man, and also of the man exalted to God. It is the glory of the Lord who is a Servant and the Servant who is the Lord. Tt is thus the glory of the fulfilled covenant faithfully kept by both Goa and ~an. In this unity and totality it is the light, the name and revelatIOn, the truth, the Word of life. In this unity and totality it is seen by those of whom it is written in John r 14 : "We beheld his glory. " And now we can gather together all that we have said from another angle and with reference back to our first and introductory sub-section.

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