Trinitarian Theology Collection (3 vols.)
T&T Clark 2001–2004
The Trinitarian Theology Collection provides an illuminating exposition of important thought on the doctrine of the Trinity. Each of the three volumes views the Trinity through the perspective of a different key theologian, always with an eye to other complementary and disparate ideas.
Paul D. Molnar’s Divine Freedom and the Doctrine of the Immanent Trinity analyzes and compares Karl Barth’s view of the relationship between the immanent and economic Trinity with the views of many contemporary theologians. Matthew L. Becker’s The Self-Giving God and Salvation History takes a look at Johannes von Hoffmann’s Trinitarian kenosis (emptiness), where the eternal God becomes historical by self-emptying God’s self into Jesus. In The Christian Doctrine of God, Thomas F. Torrance expounds the basic teaching of the ancient Catholic Church and builds a significant bridge between ancient and modern, Catholic and Evangelical theology.
Bringing together some of the most erudite thought on the Trinity available, the Trinitarian Theology Collection presents a serious and insightful look into the nature of the Triune Being.
- Title: Trinitarian Theology Collection (3 vols.)
- Publisher: T & T Clark International
- Volumes: 3
- Pages: 976