He explains though, that :
Google books is great. Wonderful. But when it comes to Barth, there were two bummers: One. The books were incomplete. I don’t know if there were copyright issues, or they wanted you to buy the book, but you couldn’t get it all on there. In fact, a pivotal part I was in need of was missing. Blerg. And two, they were difficult to figure out how to get to the actual volume you needed. The layout was funky. So I took the liberty of just throwing them all down here:And here is the fruit of his labor:
The Doctrine of the World of God: Vol. I/1 – Vol. I/2
The Doctrine of God: Vol. II/1 – Vol. II/2
The Doctrine of Creation: Vol. III/1 – Vol. III/2 – Vol. III/3 – Vol. III/4
The Doctrine of Reconciliation: Vol. IV/1 – Vol. IV/2 – Vol. IV/3.2 – Vol. IV/3.1 – Index.
Clearly, this is a resource only a student with a too-near deadline could love, but I do, too. Ultimately, I guess I'm waiting for the Blogger Church Dogmatics widget. I did find some Moltmann at my local library. Anyways, Glen also mentioned a free 30 day trial, too:
Alexander Street Press. Maybe the publisher? Anyways, they claim to have the whole library online. However, like everything, there’s a catch. You have to pay. But, I guess you can get a free 30-day pass here, so if you just need it once, or are just testing it out, this would probably be a good option.So there you have it. "Free": sometimes a great argument for "purchase".