Barth is one of those monumental thinkers who is more often admired than read. Dealing a death blow to 19th-century liberalism, he re-established the Bible and the life of Christ as the heart of modern-day Protestantism. In Karl Barth: An Introductory Biography for Evangelicals, Mark Galli takes readers on a whirlwind look at the life and writings of this influential theologian. While only focusing on a fraction of the theological thoughts and perspectives that Barth has to offer, Galli shows how Barth’s theology can be read and reshaped by one’s own views to broaden one’s understanding of Christ. Galli argues that Barth’s breakthrough thinking is vital for evangelicals to reckon with even today.