So i have finally began reading Pannenberg and Rahner. I’ve really been wanting to start looking into both of these amazing thinkers. My 1st book for Rahner is The Trinity, which i have heard is amazing. For Pannenberg, I’m actually starting with a compilation of essays about Pannenberg’s thought and its implications, with him writing an autobiographical essay and a response to his twelve critics. I thought that this would be a good place to start with him, although the book is a little dated (1988), so after his systematic theology was written some of their criticisms may have been dealt with effectively.
So my question for my readers is this: have any advice or wisdom for how to read and/or understand either of these guys?