Systematic Theology, Volume 3

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1991 - Religion - 713 pages
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The publication of Volume 3 of German theologian Wolfhart Pannenberg's Systematic Theology completes the English edition of a work that will surely come to stand as one of the lasting theological statements of the twentieth century.
 

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Clear diction, surprising insights and fascinating correspondence with catholic dogmaticians like Rahner/Ratzinger etc, but also some clarifying notes on recent developments in systematics. Not only ... Read full review

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An important mark of a systematic theology is that it be distinct from the rest; owning one does not preclude the need for others. What distinguishes Pannenberg's (systematic theology, Univ. of Munich ... Read full review

Contents

The Outpouring of the Spirit the Kingdom
1
b The Spirit as Gift and the Glorifying
7
The Kingdom of God the Church and Society
27
in Christ
38
The Church and the Political Order in
49
The Law and the Gospel
58
of Salvation History
61
of the Gospel
79
Sacramental Understanding
358
THE MINISTRY AS SIGN AND INSTRUMENT
370
Ordination and Apostolic Succession
392
Churchs Unity
399
The Unity of the Church and Ministerial
405
A Ministry to the Unity of Christianity
420
THE CHURCH AND THE PEOPLE OF GOD
431
The Election of Individuals
439

The Christians Freedom from the Law
88
The Messianic Community and Individuals
97
The Mediating of the Fellowship of Believers
110
The Immediacy of Individuals to Jesus Christ
122
THE BASIC SAVING WORKS OF THE SPIRIT
135
Hope
173
Love
182
Adoption as Gods Children and Justification
211
THE SIGNIFICATORY FORM OF THE PRESENCE
237
Confirmation and Anointing of the Sick
257
The Lords Supper and Christian Worship
283
The Mediating of Christs Presence in
305
The Lords Supper and the Churchs
325
e The Lords Supper and the Proclamation
332
Fellowship
455
The Church as the People of God
463
The Election of the People of God and
483
Nationalism in the History of Christianity
518
The Consummation of Creation in
527
The Relation between Individual
546
Death and Resurrection
555
The Kingdom of God and the End of Time
580
Judgment and the Return of Christ
608
Transfiguration
622
Solve It by Argument
632
The Revelation of the Love of God in
642
Scripture References
702
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