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The Trinity : global perspectives / Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen.

By: Kärkkäinen, Veli-Matti.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Louisville, Ky. : Westminster John Knox Press, ©2007Edition: 1st ed.Description: xxii, 409 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0664228909; 9780664228903.Subject(s): TrinityDDC classification: 231/.044 Other classification: 11.61
Contents:
The significance of the doctrine of the Trinity for theology and Christian life -- Old Testament monotheism and the idea of plurality in God -- The rise of Trinitarian understanding of God in the New Testament -- The emergence of Trinitarian canons in early Christian theology -- The role of Trinitarian doctrine in the developing Christian tradition -- Karl Barth : the uniqueness of the Trinitarian God -- Karl Rahner : the immanent and economic Trinity-- John Zizioulas : Trinity as communion -- Jürgen Moltmann : Trinitarian panentheism -- Wolfhart Pannenberg : Trinity as "public theology" -- The North American context for Trinitarian reflections -- Robert Jenson : Triune identity -- Catherine M. LaCugna : "God for us" -- Elizabeth Johnson : a feminist interpretation of the Triune symbol -- Millard J. Erickson : an "evangelical" doctrine of the Trinity -- S. Mark Heim : a Trinitarian theology of "religious ends" -- Ninian Smart and Steven Konstantine : the divine threefoldness in the Christian neo-transcendentalistic vision of love -- Introduction : Trinitarian reflections in the world context -- The Latin American and Hispanic context for Trinitarian reflections -- Leonardo Boff : Trinity as a society of equals -- Justo L. González : God who is a minority -- The Asian context for Trinitarian reflections -- Jung Young Lee : Trinity as an embrace of yin-yang -- Raimundo Panikkar : a cosmotheandric mystery of the Trinity -- The African context for Trinitarian reflections -- C. Nyamiti : Trinitarian processions as ancestral relationships -- A.O. Ogbonnaya : Trinity as communitarian divinity -- An assessment and agenda.
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Main BT111.3 .K37 2007 (Browse shelf) Available 16-600

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

The significance of the doctrine of the Trinity for theology and Christian life -- Old Testament monotheism and the idea of plurality in God -- The rise of Trinitarian understanding of God in the New Testament -- The emergence of Trinitarian canons in early Christian theology -- The role of Trinitarian doctrine in the developing Christian tradition -- Karl Barth : the uniqueness of the Trinitarian God -- Karl Rahner : the immanent and economic Trinity-- John Zizioulas : Trinity as communion -- Jürgen Moltmann : Trinitarian panentheism -- Wolfhart Pannenberg : Trinity as "public theology" -- The North American context for Trinitarian reflections -- Robert Jenson : Triune identity -- Catherine M. LaCugna : "God for us" -- Elizabeth Johnson : a feminist interpretation of the Triune symbol -- Millard J. Erickson : an "evangelical" doctrine of the Trinity -- S. Mark Heim : a Trinitarian theology of "religious ends" -- Ninian Smart and Steven Konstantine : the divine threefoldness in the Christian neo-transcendentalistic vision of love -- Introduction : Trinitarian reflections in the world context -- The Latin American and Hispanic context for Trinitarian reflections -- Leonardo Boff : Trinity as a society of equals -- Justo L. González : God who is a minority -- The Asian context for Trinitarian reflections -- Jung Young Lee : Trinity as an embrace of yin-yang -- Raimundo Panikkar : a cosmotheandric mystery of the Trinity -- The African context for Trinitarian reflections -- C. Nyamiti : Trinitarian processions as ancestral relationships -- A.O. Ogbonnaya : Trinity as communitarian divinity -- An assessment and agenda.

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