The Trinity, atonement, Christology, and more—this collection explores fundamental Christian doctrines in light of our contemporary and global context.
In Christology, Ancient and Modern and Advancing Trinitarian Theology, Oliver Crisp and Fred Sanders present studies from the 2013 and 2014 Los Angeles Theology Conference, examining developments in how contemporary scholarship treats these two foundational doctrines. Then, considering Christianity’s explosive growth outside the Western world, Timothy C. Tennent examines how the theological work of the global South and East can help revitalize the universal truths of Christianity for Western Christians.
Jeremy R. Treat in The Crucified King demonstrates how kingdom and cross are inseparable—integrated in Scripture and theology. And finally, in A Theology of James, Peter, and Jude, Peter H. Davids explores how these letters relate to the broad picture of New Testament theology.