“Scientific” Theology/“Theological” Science: Pannenberg and the Dialogue Between Theology and Science

Author: Grenz, Stanley J.

Source: Zygon, Volume 34, Number 1, March 1999 , pp. 159-166(8)

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Abstract:

Throughout his distinguished career, Wolfhart Pannenberg has sought to show that the Christian understanding of God is crucial to the pursuit of knowledge. As the essays in Beginning with the End indicate, Pannenberg has attempted to construct a bridge between theology and science via the idea of contingency and the concept of field. His interest in dialogue, however, arises out of a deeper theological foundation, which views theology as a public discipline and sees the human quest for truth as the quest for God. Although susceptible to criticisms that all objectivist approaches at-tract, this focus on “reasonable faith” provides a helpful point of departure for dialogue.

Keywords: apologetics; cosmology; faith and reason; theology and science; truth

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/0591-2385.2001999200

Affiliations: Carey/Regent College, Vancouver, Canada,

Publication date: March 1, 1999

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