Wolfhart Pannenberg is widely regarded as one of the foremost theologians in the world today. Respected by his peers and critics, Pannenberg's treatise on the dogmatics of Christianity is seen as one of greatest achievements in twentieth-century theology and a timeless work that will continue to challenge, teach, and ignite theological studies for decades to come.
Noted for his association with "high-church" intellectualism, the writings of Wolfhart Pannenberg offer a new perspective to your library of Christian theology and dogmatics. He is noted for his intellect and interdisciplinary approach in his studies and his expositions are cited amongst the most respected works in contemporary theology. Pannenberg's Systematic Theology will continue to benefit you and your studies for years to come as a part of your theology library. Specifically focused on the explanation of key Christian doctrines, this set is a very important addition to your Logos Bible Software library!
Through careful argument and often profound and detail analyses, Pannenberg shows how the Christian doctrine of God illumines our understanding of the world and humanity. His treatment of creation anthropology, and Christology continues the brilliance and erudition of the first volume.
—Francis Schussler Fiorenza, Harvard Divinity School
. . .dense, demanding, often provocative, rarely comfortable, and built upon a non-evangelical doctrine of revelation.
—Foundations 47 (Autumn 2001)
This three-volume work is the most important systematic theology to come from the Continent since Barth. It places Pannenberg in the forefront of living theologians, and will no doubt be discussed, debated, and criticized by many.
Wolfhart Pannenberg is professor of systematic theology on the Protestant Theological Faculty at the University of Munich and director of the Institute for Fundamental Theology and Ecumenics. His numerous books include Jesus - God and Man, Basic Questions in Theology (2 vols.), Theology and the Philosophy of Science, Anthropology in Theological Perspective, Metaphysics and the Idea of God, and Introduction to Systematic Theology.