What does it mean to be a human being? In order to answer this question, Wolfhart Pannenberg reflects on the science of human beings - anthropology - from various angles. He provides an overview of the theological approach to modern anthropological research, with particular emphasis on its methods and results. This volume also contains additional comments by the author with positive or critical standpoints toward certain directions anthropology has taken.In further chapters the author is concerned with the major themes of human attitudes toward the world and toward God, coping with life through the powers of imagination as well as human egoism.
About the author
Dr. DD (mult.) Wolfhart Pannenberg war Professor für Systematische und Ökumenische Theologie sowie für Fundamentaltheologie an der LMU.
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