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A Third-Wave of Trinitarian Theology? Sarah Coakley's Recent Typology

In her recent article, “Afterword: Relational Ontology, Trinity, and Science,” in the volume The Trinity and an Entangled World ed. by John Polkinghorn, Sarah Coakley enumerates what she calls three general “waves” of Trinitarian theology in the twentieth century.   1,907 more words


Impassibility as Joyful, Transcendent Love: David Bentley Hart

Though the theologian must affirm that God is by nature beyond every pathos—in the purely technical sense of a change or modification of his nature or essence, passively received ab extra—this is not merely to say that he is impervious to external shock.

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The family of God. Yes, that means you.

This is Trinity Sunday, a topic many preachers avoid, perhaps for good reason.

Trinity is not some ethereal concept made up by theologians to confuse, though it has sometimes become that. 372 more words


Reading: The Shack by William P. Young

Just finished Reading ‘The Shack’ by William Paul Young and I absolutely loved it. I love reading fiction in general but have never really ventured into spiritual/Christian fiction. 785 more words


Reading: Anchored - 5 Keys to a Secure Faith

I’m currently reading (or re-reading) a book authored by Steve McVey entitled ‘Anchored: 5 Keys to a Secure Fatih’. Early on in my spiritual journey I don’t think I would have been ready to consider the message within this book. 414 more words


Eerdmans Author Interview Series: Wesley Hill

Wesley Hill, assistant professor of biblical studies at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, and regular columnist for Christianity Today, gives fresh perspective on Paul’s teaching about God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Spirit in his new book  208 more words


Eerdmans All Over: February 20, 2015

Welcome once again to Eerdmans All Over, a Friday roundup of all the Eerdmans-related news, reviews, interviews, and other interesting online content we can gather in a given week.  438 more words

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