By Wolfhart Pannenberg
Comprises hugely unique paintings at the proposal of fact, the character of revelation, language approximately God, the character of the Trinity, and the general public nature of theology.
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Instead, all should recognize that one and the same Spirit is at work in all these gifts, imparting gifts to each as he wills (1 Cor. 12:11), and that the proper concern for all with their different gifts should be what contribution they could make to the upbuilding of the community. Thus the individual gifts of the Spirit supplement one another in the church's life. The only criterion of authentic spirituality is the relation to confession of Christ (1 Cor. 12:3), and the relation to the one Lord means commitment to the unity of Christians in the church's fellowship, not in denial of the plurality but by mutual participation and love in the unity of the body of Christ.
But here is the basis of the fact that with the content of this faith (Gal. 3:2) the Spirit is conferred as a lasting gift upon believers in the fellowship of the church of Christ, a pledge of the hope beyond death whose fulfillment has already broken in with the resurrection of Jesus. The spontaneity of stirrings of the Spirit in believers is inalienably bound up with the individuality and plurality of their manifestations. In the story of Pentecost this variety finds expression in the fact that in their own way, yet in accord with all the others, all the members of the band of disciples bear witness to God's 46.
4:26; Rev. 3:12; 21:2), the city of the living God (Heb. 12:22), easily suggested itself, and then again equation with the coming kingdom of God of Christian expectation. The apostle Paul indeed had already 95. Cf. E. Kasemann, The Wandering People of God (Minneapolis, 1984). 96. Cf. H. Fries in Mysterium Salutis, IV/1 (1972), 229-30, with a reference to H. U. von Balthasar, Sponsa Verbi (1960), pp. 203-305; and J. Danielou, Sacramentum Futuri (1950), pp. 217-32. 97. Examples in Kelly, Early Christian Doctrines, pp.
Systematic Theology by Wolfhart Pannenberg