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Karl Barth - Die Liebe album mp3

  • Performer: Karl Barth
  • Genre: Audio files
  • Title: Die Liebe
  • Released: 1967
  • Style: Spoken Word, Religious
  • MP3 version size: 1372 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1463 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 847


Watch a medley of the Comedian Harmonists from their Deutsche Grammophon debut album "Die Liebe kommt, die Liebe geht". The new album is a nostalgic trip down memory lane with Germany's most famous and beloved vocal harmony group

Karl Barth's views on Mary agreed with much Roman Catholic dogma but disagreed with the Catholic veneration of Mary. Barth, a leading 20th-century theologian, was a Reformed Protestant. Aware of the common dogmatic tradition of the early Church, Barth fully accepted the dogma of Mary as the Mother of God. Through Mary, Jesus belongs to the human race. Through Jesus, Mary is Mother of God.

Karl Barth (1886-1968) was the most important Swiss theologian of the twentieth century, with an influence far beyond Switzerland. He is considered alongside Thomas Aquinas, Jean Calvin, and Friedrich Schleiermacher to be one of the greatest thinkers within the history of the Christian tradition. Karl Barth manifested his fundamental opposition to National Socialism even before Adolf Hitler’s seizure of power in 1933 and decried the Nazis’ plans to use the German Church to legitimate their racist agenda.

Den Gefangenen Befreiung: Predigten aus den Jahren 1954-59.

Many people think they know what Karl Barth said, but have never listened to him. Some have tried and been put off b. .

Gottesdienst In Der Stafanstalt ‎(LP, Mono).

Karl Heinrich Barth (12 July 1847 – 23 December 1922) was a noted German pianist and pedagogue. Barth was born in Pillau, East Prussia (now Baltiysk, Russia). His teachers included Hans von Bülow, Hans von Bronsart and Carl Tausig. All three were leading musicians of the era and had close associations with Franz Liszt

Gothic Death Atrocity (GER). Band's List Gothic Death Atrocity (GER) Die Liebe. Band Name Atrocity (GER). Labels Massacre Records. Music StyleGothic Death. Members owning this album31. Performed in Collaboration with Das Ich. 1. Die Liebe. 3. Bloodlust (Undead Trance).

Karl Barth Theologian of Freedom. Clifford J. Green, ed. Fortress, 1991. On the sinking of the Titanic, Princeton Seminary Bulletin 28, no. 2 (2007): 210-216 (Tyndale ejournal). Afterword, in Christoph Blumhardt, Action in Waiting, 3rd ed. Plough, 1998. Vorträge und kleinere Arbeiten, 1914-1921. Audio excerpt; Basel City Prison, 1961) "Furcht ist nicht in der Liebe," published: "Anhang 1: Bekehrung, 1. Joh. 4,18. Wiedergabe der Predigt im gesprochenen Wortlaut," Predigten 1954-1967. Karl Barth Gesamtausgabe. Pp. 289-296 (500 of 2,857 words; 8 min, 43 sec; text in Tyndale Digital Karl Barth Library).

Question: "Who was Karl Barth?". Answer: Karl Barth was a theologian of Swiss descent who lived from 1886 to 1968. He produced a large body of work over the course of his lifetime, most notably his 13-volume treatise on Christian theology entitled Church Dogmatics. Barth strongly opposed Nazism and was a leader in the Confessing Church in pre-war Germany. In that role Barth vigorously worked to prevent the absorption of the Christian church into the German state


A Die Liebe
B Die Liebe

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – EVZ-Verlag Zürich/Schweiz
  • Published By – EVZ-Verlag
  • Pressed By – Turicaphon AG


  • Design [Entwurf] – Hartmann*
  • Photography By – Werner Neumeister


On front:
Die Liebe
Barths letzte akademische Vorlesung vom 1. März 1962 in der Aula der Universität Basel

LP Nr. 30 - 160 33⅓ Upm

On back:
Foto Werner Neumeister, München
Entwurf Hartmann, St Gallen

On labels:
Pressung: Turicaphon AG
[EVZ logo] EVZ-Verlag Zürich

© 1967 EVZ-Verlag Zürich/Schweiz
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout A side): 30-160 A Made in Switzerland [etched M.Ifs]
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout B side): 30-160 B Made in Switzerland [etched M.Ifs]
  • Rights Society: BIEM