Emil Brunner: A Reappraisal, by Alister E. McGrath

For approximately 30 years—from 1930 to 1960—the Swiss theologian Emil Brunner was one of the most influential theologians in the world. Many of his major works, including The Mediator, Man in Revolt, Revelation and Reason, and The Divine Imperative, were standard texts in mainline seminaries in Great Britain and the United States.

Yet today few theological students would recognize Brunner’s name except in connection to his debate with Karl Barth over natural theology. Only a couple of his minor works are still in print, none of them in the United States.

 

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