1 edition of The term person in the Trinitarian theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg found in the catalog.
The term person in the Trinitarian theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg
Theodore James Whapham
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Statement||Theodore James Whapham|
|Series||American university studies. VII, Theology and religion -- v. 321|
|LC Classifications||BX4827.P3 W47 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781433117961, 9781453908860|
|LC Control Number||2012014496|
My introduction to German theologian Wolfhart Pannenberg was a class at Asbury Seminary in His Basic Questions (, ) was a series of essays that I found challenging.I read his Jesus: God and Man (, ) as I got into being pastor of did not write his Systematic Theology and Geoffrey W. Bromiley did not complete the English translation until Author: George Plasterer. Essay / Theology Pannenberg Trinity Sermon: Transcendence in the Midst of Our Lives. by Fred Sanders on Febru Kent Eilers at the Theology Forum blog recently posted part of a sermon by Wolfhart Pannenberg. As Eilers points out, Pannenberg has a public image as a high-level academic theologian who cultivates dialogue with the most rigorous contemporary thought, so it’s hard.
Systematic Theology Wolfhart Pannenberg. Categories: Religion. Volume: Vol. 1. Year: Publisher: T&T Clark International. Language: english. Most frequently terms. revelation divine theology religion christian doctrine unity god's jesus You can write a book review and share your. The term «person» has been important in the development of the doctrine of the Trinity. Modern uses of the word, however, have changed drastically its meaning and have raised serious questions about the lasting significance of the definition of th.
I love Wolfhart Pannenberg’s theology. Depending on which of his books I’m reading at the time, I find him either baffling, irritating or breathtaking – or occasionally all three at once. In my view, Pannenberg’s finest work is his great book on christology, Jesus – God and Man (). Wolfhart Pannenberg was born in in a part of northeast Germany that now belongs to Poland. The basic outlook that drives his theological program came to be shaped quite early in life. A crucial factor in this mold-ing process was the path he followed in corning to faith, for this was at the.
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This book analyzes and evaluates the Trinitarian theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg (–) and the importance that he attributes to the term «person.» In addition, this study provides an overview of key themes in the systematic expression of his theology in general and summarizes his treatment of the term’s use throughout the history of Trinitarian : Theodore James Whapham.
The Term person in the Trinitarian Theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The term person has. The term person has been important in the development of the doctrine of the Trinity.
This book analyzes and evaluates the Trinitarian theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg and the importance that he.
The crucial discussion in the present work takes the form of an analysis of Pannenberg's Trinitarian theology and his use of the term «person» with particular emphasis on the way this material is developed in his systematic theology.
The term "person" has been important in the development of the doctrine of the Trinity. Modern uses of the word, however, have changed drastically its meaning and have raised serious questions about the lasting significance of the definition of the Trinity produced by the controversies of the patristic era.
For this reason, some modern theologians have argued in favor of rephrasing traditional. The Term “Person” in the Trinitarian Theology of Wolfhart Whapham, Theodore James.
New York: Peter Lang, Pp. vii + Cloth, $Author: Nathan R. Strunk. Similar Items. The term "person" in the Trinitarian theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg / by: Whapham, Theodore James, Published: () Wolfhart Pannenberg / by: Olive, Don H.
Published: () The theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg, by: Tupper, E. Frank Published: (). The term " person " has been important in the development of the doctrine of the Trinity.
Modern uses of the word, however, have changed drastically its meaning and have raised serious questions about the lasting significance of the. Whapham (theology and ministry, St. Thomas U.) analyzes and evaluates Pannenberg's contribution to the current debate over the best translation of the Greek term hypostasis, which the Greek fathers used to describe the distinctions within the Godhead.
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The term "person" in the Trinitarian theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg by: Whapham, Theodore James, Published: (). Ebook > Non-Fiction > Philosophy / Religion > Religion General > Theodore James Whapham: Term Person in the Trinitarian Theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg (PDF) Theodore James Whapham Term Person in the Trinitarian Theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg.
Support. Adobe DRM ( / – 2 customer ratings). Others have contended that the term «person» should be retained in Trinitarian theology, because the modern notion of an individual center of consciousness and action helps to express the relationships among the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Wolfhart Pannenberg (2 October – 4 September ) was a German Lutheran has made a number of significant contributions to modern theology, including his concept of history as a form of revelation centered on the resurrection of Christ, which has been widely debated in both Protestant and Catholic theology, as well as by non-Christian mater: University of Berlin, University of.
The problem of Trinitarian theology is, Pannenberg argues, to establish the unity of the three persons. The three persons are, he says, distinct centers of consciousness and of Author: Peter Leithart.
Pannenberg establishes that Jesus is a historical person who is also in some sense the Son of God. And he defines the task of systematic theology as presenting a coherent explanation of the truth of Christianity: “Whatever is true must finally be consistent with all other truth, so that truth is only one, but all-embracing, closely related to the concept of the one God” (6).
The theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg () is widely considered one of the major achievements in systematic theology after Karl Barth. Characterized by breadth in scope across the dogmatic loci, with great depth in its accounting of philosophical, biblical, and dogmatic data, interdisciplinary concerns, and attention to historical and contemporary issues, the work of Pannenberg.
RATIONAL THEOLOGY IN TRINITARIAN PERSPECTIVE: WOLFHART PANNENBERG'S SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY* A few years ago one could occasionally hear the opinion expressed that the time of the great systematic syntheses in theo logy was over: in the context of the pluralistic and fragmented situation of post-modern culture and in view of the increasing.
Systematic Theology Wolfhart Pannenberg Includes highly original work on the concept of truth, the nature of revelation, language about God, the nature of the Trinity, and the public nature of theology. In Chapt 13, Pannenberg presents his theology of the church, or Ecclesiology.
The Nicaean Creed presents the marks of the church as its unity, holiness, apostolicity, and catholicity. In light of the obvious diversity and weakness of the church, theologians wrestle with how we, in our time and place, can still affirm this portion Author: George Plasterer.
The “turn to history” has made reflection on the relationship between the economic and immanent Trinity a focal issue. Contrary to tradition, threeness is taken for granted, while the unity of God becomes the challenge. Consequently, eschatology has risen to a new position of appreciation in trinitarian theology.Theodore James Whapham is associate professor and dean of the Ann and Joe O.
Neuhoff School of Ministry at the University of Dallas. He is the author of The Term "Person" in the Trinitarian Theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg (), as well articles in the Irish Theological Quarterly and 5/5(1).Wolfhart Pannenberg has established himself as a leading voice in the renewed discussion of trinitarian doctrine.
Little has been written in English, however, to assess critically Pannenberg's doctrine of the Trinity. By examining a key point in Pannenberg's trinitarian theology, this thesis is intended to contribute toward meeting thisAuthor: Robert Tees.