The adjective dialectical, can refer generally to a discussion of different points of view. In this context, however, it refers to a specific theological method. In short, a dialectical theologian says contradictory things about the same at the same time. It is a method that was popularized by the Swiss (new) Modernist theologian, Karl Barth (d. 1968). Here is a brief explanation:
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