“So Rösy must be the hidden Fourth!” – The Story of Karl and Charlotte: A Dogmatic Fairy Tale

Karl Barth, Nelly, and Charlotte von Kirschbaum

Karl Barth, Nelly, and Charlotte von Kirschbaum

Karl Barth, Nelly, and Charlotte von Kirschbaum
Karl Barth, Nelly, and Charlotte von Kirschbaum

The Karl and Charlotte Collection:
“6,000,000 words could never say how much I love you”
“So Rösy must be the hidden Fourth!”
“What goes on in the oikonomia stays in the oikonomia”
“The sloth and misery of man”
“Open Door and Open Window Marriage”
“The Greatest Theologian of the Twentieth Century”

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5 thoughts on ““So Rösy must be the hidden Fourth!” – The Story of Karl and Charlotte: A Dogmatic Fairy Tale

  1. Hilarious. Perfect. Thanks. Needed that.

    Barth, the greatest theologian of the 20th (medieval) century. And the 20th century’s greatest theological mistake.

    If that dog dumps on junior, it won’t be a dump of wholly other pricipia extrinsicum theological effluent, now will it?

    But, the Nephilim? Are they the ones who loved the smell of nephilim-napalm in the morning? .. where “all the children are insane”?

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    • A rabbit! I thought it was a weird-looking dog.

      Nah – the Nephilim are the ones who broke on through from the other side.

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  2. … rabbit/dog, I’m not looking any closer if the Nephalim are going to break on through from the nether side. I do love uncle Karl, my provocatuer, better as a foe … need put your toon on the Wittenburg Door … peace, out (but will be back) …

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