God's Life in Trinity

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Miroslav Volf, Michael Welker
Fortress Press - Religion - 262 pages
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J rgen Moltmann's distinctive insights in trinitarian theology - especially about the relations within God and God's presence in creation - are revolutionary for theology and set the stage for these further explorations. The esteemed group of contributors in this volume probes new ways of understanding the triune character of God.Among the contributors are: Nicholas Constas Sarah A. Coakley Harvey G. Cox Jr. Lyle Dabney David Fergusson David H. Kelsey Daniel Migliore Gerald O'Collins John Polkinghorne William Schweiker Dirk Smit Bryan D. Spinks Kathryn Tanner Ronald F. Thiemann Miroslav Volf John Webster Nicholas Wolterstorff
 

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Contents

The Social Trinity and Property
13
The Spirit of Life and the Reverence for Life
22
Speak Friend and Enter
33
Wisdom Theological Anthropology and
44
Jurgen Moltmanns Engagement
61
PART TWO 1 RINITY and Religious Traditions
73
Make Way for the Spirit
93
The Trinity and the Theology of Religions
101
Divine Providence and Action
153
SpiritChristology as Access to Trinitarian Theology
166
Is There Justice in the Trinity?
177
PART FOUR 1RINITY and Historical Theology
191
John Donne on the Trinity
200
Trinitarian Belief and Worship
211
Notes
223
Index
257

PART THREE Trinity and godtalk
133
Gods Perfect Life
143

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