Friday, 28 October 2005

An interview with Wolfhart Pannenberg

The website of the Metanexus Institute has a 2001 interview with Wolfhart Pannenberg, entitled “Confessions of a Trinitarian Evolutionist” (Part 1 and Part 2). It’s a very nice interview that ranges over many aspects of Pannenberg’s theology, including his engagement with science.

Here’s one of the questions: “Your theology has been described as interdisciplinary. Do you find this description accurate?”

Pannenberg replies: “Because God is the creator of everything and will be the redeemer of everything, theology has to be concerned with everything. This doesn’t make theology interdisciplinary in a superficial sense. It is interdisciplinary because theology is concerned with only one thing, and that is God.”

1 Comment:

Ken said...

Amen.

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