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Author: Margaret Kohl,Wolfhart Pannenberg
ISBN13: 978-0664209476
Title: The Apostles' Creed: In the Light of Today's Questions
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Publisher: Westminster Press; 1st US Ed edition (1972)
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The Apostles' Creed: In the Light of Today's Questions by Margaret Kohl,Wolfhart Pannenberg



As such, Pannenberg pulls from the other great ecumenical creed of the patristic era – the e Creed of 381 which describes the Holy Spirit as the Lord, the giver of life  . East to read for anyone. Very insightful and thought provoking.

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By (author) Wolfhart Pannenberg, Translated by M. Kohl. Free delivery worldwide. In this collection of impressive lectures, Wolf hart Pannenberg expounds and interprets the Apostles' Creed "in the light of today's questions". First of all, we must find out what it meant to those who originally recited it, and then ask what it may mean for the modern Christian "in the context of the problems and convictions of the present-day understanding of reality'. Indeed the central theme of the whole book-and some readers will certainly find it hard to take-is that "the world's Creator is its future". Therefore its meaning is held in "God's future" or the End-lime, realized already in Jesus, through his resurrection and exaltation as Lord. yet to be fulfilled in a redeemed creation.

It is not enough to recite the Apostles' Creed; one must enter into its statements enquiringly, reflectively, critically," states the author. The Apostles' Creed : In the Light of Today's Questions. by Wolfhart Pannenberg.

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The Apostles' Creed: In the Light of Today's Questions. Theology and the Kingdom of God. Wolfhart Pannenberg. Wolfhart Pannenberg is emeritus professor of systematic theology at the University of Munich. One of the best-known German theologians, Pannenberg was born in Stettin, Germany, in 1928. He began his theological studies at the University of Berlin after World War II and completed two doctoral dissertations as early as 1953 and 1955.

Keywords: Pannenberg, Wolfhart (b. 1928); Pannenberg's teacher karl barth, swiss theologian; christ's miraculous acts, as true events. Do you want to read the rest of this chapter? Request full-text. Pannenberg, W. (1972). The Apostles' Creed: In light of today's questions (trans. Philadelphia: Westminster.

"It is not enough to recite the Apostles' Creed; one must enter into its statements enquiringly, reflectively, critically," states the author. Today's Christian may repeat the Apostles' Creed Sunday after Sunday; but couched as it is in archaic language, its meaning is often lost to him. "In spite of that," says Dr. Pannenberg, "we can still repeat the creed in church without doing violence to our personal sincerity as long as we are able to adhere to the intention behind its statements." This book is not only a fresh interpretation of this ancient creed, but also a convenient introduction to Pannenberg's own understanding of theology.