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Brocker I 240
Legitimacy/state/governance/New Testament/Barth: in the "opposite" of Jesus and Pilate, Barth sees firstly, fundamentally (ontologically) a "legitimate[...], relative[...] independence (1) (of the State), which comes from divine action and at the same time differs from it". The state powers ('exousiai') are to be thought in the imaginary space of the New Testament as certain "creative, but invisible, spiritual, heavenly powers", "which in and above the other creation have a certain independence and in this independence also a certain superior dignity, task and function; exert a certain real influence" (2). But these powers "do not inherently belong to themselves. They are at the inherent disposal of Jesus Christ" (3).
See also Justification/Barth.


1.Karl Barth, Rechtfertigung und Recht, in: Theologische Studien 1, Zollikon 1938. Karl Barth, Rechtfertigung und Recht, in: ders., Rechtfertigung und Recht, Christengemeinde und Bürgergemeinde, Evangelium und Gesetz, Zürich 1998, S.19
2. Ebenda S. 16
3. Ebenda S. 18


Georg Pfleiderer, „Karl Barth, Rechtfertigung und Recht 1938)“ in: Manfred Brocker (Hg.) Geschichte des politischen Denkens. Das 20. Jahrhundert. Frankfurt/M. 2018.


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Barth, Karl
Brocker I
Manfred Brocker
Geschichte des politischen Denkens. Das 20. Jahrhundert Frankfurt/M. 2018


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