Major Book Reviews Interpretation will take courage in the future not only to have learned from a master teacher but to speak more fully on his own. Th e beginner in Pannenberg is still best advised to start with some of the earlier and shorter works now available in translation. Once you are into Pannenberg, this book will help you find just where you are. THE RELATION BETWEEN HISTORY AND DOGMA The Virginal Conception and Bodily Resurrection of Jesus, by RAYMOND E. BROWN, S.S. Paulist Press, New York, 1973. 136 pp. $2.25. Reviewed by PAUL S. MINEAR, Winkley Professor (Emeritus) of Biblical Theology, Yale University. I N THIS STUDY of two complex and stubborn issues, Brown takes his stand firmly in two contemporary worlds, the world of the biblical critic and the world of the Catholic theologian. In each of these worlds he has become an able, articulate, and candid protagonist. Ever since Vatican II released turmoil within Catholic circles, he has proved to be one of the most winsome and dispassionate interlocutors between denizens of these two worlds. In this current volume he has investigated two areas in which a massive collision has taken place. To many it
Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology – SAGE
Published: Oct 1, 1974
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