All Blog Posts With Tag: Wolfhart Pannenberg

The Resurrection Appearances: A Seven Part Series Part 4. The Third Day: A Theological Symbol or a Historical Date and Time? If the resurrection of Jesus Christ was a historical fact, as Wolfhart Pannenberg contends, then there was a specific date and time when the resurrection happened. The New Testament provides two potential […]
 
The Resurrection Appearances: A Seven Part Series Part 3. Faith in the Empty Tomb is an Empty Faith In part three of the Resurrection Appearances series, I've compiled three theologians who reject the historicity of the empty tomb stories in the New Testament: Wolfhart Pannenberg, Raymond E. Brown, and Karl Barth. All three […]
 
The Resurrection Appearances: A Seven Part Series Part 2. Eyewitnesses, visions or hallucinations? The people who saw the resurrection appearances are frequently called eyewitnesses to the risen Jesus Christ, but they were not eyewitnesses in the modern sense of the term. A closer and more accurate analysis of the resurrection appearances reported in the New […]
 
The Resurrection Appearances: A Seven Part Series Part 1. The Argument For Historical Facticity Is the resurrection of Jesus Christ a historical fact? In a fascinating and illuminating section of Wolfhart's Pannenberg's Systematic Theology, Vol. 2, he critically examines the New Testament witness regarding the resurrection appearances of Jesus and the reports of the […]
 
Wolfhart Pannenberg (1928-2014) argued that there was death before the Fall of humanity described in the Creation Stories (Gen 1-3). Pannenberg's explanation of death in prehuman history enables us to better understand the Doctrine of Creation, and how evolutionary sciences may be interpreted in respect to it, and how to […]
 
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