Eberhard Jungel is one of the world's most creative thinkers and this collection of six volumes presents his contribution to theology. In Christ, Justice and Peace Jungel examines the relationship between theology and politics, between the church and state in the form of a critical theological analysis of the Barmen Theological Declaration. God as the Mystery of the World is understood as Jungel's seminal contribution to the discussion of God's being, as he argues that the answer lies in a theology which consistently maintains the identification of God and the crucified Jesus. is one of the most significant Jungel's works - precipitated by the Lutheran-Roman Catholic Joint Declaration on the doctrine of justification, it represents Jungel's most sustained theological writing about the role of justification in Christian faith. In God's Being is in Becoming Jungel analyses the close relation of Trinity and revelation in Karl Barth.