Root, Michael
March 2012
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar2012, Issue 221, p37
The article presents a profile of the 20th-century German Lutheran theologian Wolfhart Pannenberg, outlining his achievements in furthering 20th-century theological inquiry into issues such as revelation and Christology, particularly in regard to the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Mention is given to several of his works, including "Revelation as History" and "Systematic Theology." Comments are also given reflecting on his influences and contributions to 20th-century Protestant thought.


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