Title

An Analysis of the Anthropological Christology of Wolfhart Pannenberg

Date of Award

5-5-2009

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Sacred Theology (STM)

Department

Systematic Theology

Abstract

The purpose of this paper will be to analyze the Christological anthropology of Wolfhart Pannenberg. My interest in this subject stems from the controversial issues that exist within Pannenberg's Christology. He denies the virgin birth of Jesus, and, in my view, leans too heavily on the historical Jesus. I find Pannenberg's neo-Hegelian treatment of his Christology controversial and somewhat misleading in content.

Comments

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