I came across these sentences in Barth's Epistle to the Romans and I have a question. He says:
"...we men, living in time, perceive the Futurum resurrectionis [future resurrection], which is our true and positive conformity to Jesus. This is wholly distinct from such moral and actual experiences or dispositions of character as many accompany the perception" (197).
He's commenting on Romans 6:5
Is Barth recognizing that in there is a true conformity the begins in the Christian life? Or is he just Lutheran enough to place all real subjective change in the end (glorification)?
I'll leave this vague. Hopefully the conversation will lead to clarity.