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The life and work of Swiss theologian Karl Barth is remembered in a new traveling exhibition and a series of events which began in December. The theme of the year-long commemoration is “Gott Trift Mensch” or “God Meets Man.”

“Karl Barth is the greatest theologian of the 20th century, and his work is very relevant even in today’s world,” said Achim Detmers, general secretary of the Reformed Alliance.

The 50th anniversary of Barth’s death— December 10 2018—marked the start of events in Basel, Switzerland, with the presentation of the Karl Barth Prize by the UEK (Union Evangelischer Kirchen) and an exhibition in the University of Basel library.

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