"Even so, Barth never broke completely with his earlier sacramental view, for he continued to hold that the sacramental sign in the ordinances of baptism and the Lord's Supper give the certainty of grace. IT is not a cause of faith but a confirmation of faith" (54).
"Faith is not the cause of salvation but the sign that salvation has been fully accomplished and enacted in Jesus Christ" (55).
"Barth attributed the inward certainty of our salvation that is imported through sacrament observance to the work of the Holy
Spirit within us" (56).