Recent Developments In Trinitarian Theology

Recent Developments in Trinitarian Theology explores the major renaissance that Trinitarian theology has undergone in recent 9781451470406bdecades. Remarkably, all the main Christian denominations have participated in this, and contemporary Trinitarian theology is a discussion that often crosses over confessional boundaries.
English-language theology plays an important role in the renewal of Trinitarian theology and that role is the focus of this symposium. Its purpose is twofold: to gather in an international setting leading thinkers to present the major developments in Trinitarian theology and to show how Trinitarian theology can contribute to new thinking in several contemporary systematic and critical fields, including political theology and the theology of religions.

It’s by Christophe Chalamet (Editor); Marc Vial (Editor).  I confess not being familiar with Vial’s work but Chalamet is an excellent theologian and scholar of Reformed theology and history.  His book on Barth, Bultmann, and Herrmann is stunningly brilliant.

This forthcoming collection contains

1. Where Do We Stand in Trinitarian Theology?: Resources, Revisions, and Reappraisals—Christoph Schwöbel
2. Trinity, Tradition, and Politics—Karen Kilby
3. The Necessity for Theologia: Thinking the Immanent Trinity in Anglo-Translated Orthodox Theology—Aristotle Papanikolaou
4. The Trinity and the World Religions: Perils and Promise—Gavin D’Costa
5. Colin Gunton on the Trinity and the Divine Attributes—Marc Vial
6. God’s ‘Liveliness’ in Robert W. Jenson’s Trinitarian Thought—Christophe Chalamet
7. Social Trinity: Theological Doctrine as a Foundation for Metaphysics—Mathias Hassenfratz-Coffinet

Be sure to order a copy.  Today.  Now.  Go.  What are you waiting for, thou slacker, off with thee!

2 thoughts on “Recent Developments In Trinitarian Theology

  1. whitefrozen 29 Apr 2014 at 10:38 pm

    Sounds interesting. Any contributors Eastern Orthodox?


    • Jim 30 Apr 2014 at 5:57 am

      i am not sure.


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