Karl Barth (1886-1968) was the most important Swiss theologian of the twentieth century, with an influence far beyond Switzerland. He numbers among Thomas Aquinas, Jean Calvin, and Friedrich Schleiermacher as one of the greatest thinkers of Christendom. He gave new impulses to...Read More
The Center for Barth Studies at the Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey, United States, was established in 1997. Its mission is to promote interest in Karl Barth’s theology by means of sponsoring conferences, research opportunities, discussion groups,...Read More
Barth is regarded by many as a modern-day "Church Father." Learn more about his life, theology, legacy and the network of Karl Barth organizations worldwide.
The Karl Barth Archive, which is supported by the Karl Barth Foundation and the Legacy Commission, is the research and editorial center for the administration and publication of the Collected Works of Karl Barth.
The Karl Barth Society of North America was founded in October 1972 in Toronto by a group of Canadian and American scholars of Karl Barth, inspired by his son Markus Barth. Its purpose is to encourage a critical and constructive theology in continuity with the work of Karl Barth, which it aims to achieve through: