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Wolfhart Pannenberg is one of the giants of twentieth century German systematic theology, and all serious students of Christian doctrine are obliged to take account of his work. In particular, his weighty but succinct single-volume systemics, "Jesus - God and Man" - which was first published in English in 1968, and which has since formed the basis of countless courses and seminars in the field (as well as the inspiration behind many dissertations) - is perhaps the single publication by Pannenberg that might be called indispensable and unmissable. For Pannenberg one can only talk about God when one at the same time talks about Jesus. Theology and Christology, the doctrine of God and the doctrine of Jesus as the Christ, are therefore bound together. This book develops the connection systematically, through a careful mode of biblical, dogmatic and philosophical exposition. Contents: * The starting point; * Christology and soteriology; * Jesus' resurrection as the ground of his unity with God; * Jesus' divinity in relation to the Father's divinity; * The true man; * The office of Jesus; * The meaning of Jesus' vicarious death on the cross; * The impasse of the doctrine of the two natures; * Jesus' personal unity with God; * The Lordship of Jesus Christ
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Book Description The Westminster Press, 1968. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110664208185
Book Description The Westminster Press. Hardcover. Condition: New. 0664208185 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.1176752