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Barth, Karl, 1886-1968

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Personal name headingBarth, Karl, 1886-1968
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Variant(s)Parŭtʻŭ, Kʻal, 1886-1968
Barth, Karol, 1886-1968
Barŭtʻŭ, Kʻal, 1886-1968
Barŭtʻŭ, 1886-1968
Bate, 1886-1968
בארת, קרל, 1886-1968
カール·バルト, 1886-1968
巴特, 1886-1968
Other standard no.0000000121018582
Associated countrySwitzerland
Birth date1886-05-10
Death date1968-12-10
Place of birthBasel (Switzerland)
Place of deathBasel (Switzerland)
Field of activityReformed Church--Doctrines
Profession or occupationClergy Theologians
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Found inThe Word of God and the word of man, 1928.
Yun, S. B. Kʻal Parŭtʻŭ, 1968, 1977 printing: title page (Kʻal Parŭtʻŭ) title page verso (Karl Barth)
Nossol, A. Chrystologia Karola Bartha, 1979: title page (Karola Bartha)
Kim, K. J. Hegel kwa Barŭtʻŭ, 1983 (1984 printing): title page (Barŭtʻŭ)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1986: CIP title page (Karl Barth) data (theologian; has also written on Mozart)
Bate yu Han yu shen xue, 2008: title page (巴特 = Bate) added title page (Barth)
Wikipedia, viewed February 7, 2020 (Karl Barth; born May 10, 1886, in Basel, Switzerland; died December 10, 1968, in Basel; Swiss Reformed theologian; best known for his landmark commentary The Epistle to the Romans (1921), his involvement in the Confessing Church, and authorship of the Barmen Declaration)
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