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The Oxford handbook of the trinity, edited by Gilles Emery and Matthew Levering, (electronic resource)

Label
The Oxford handbook of the trinity
Title
The Oxford handbook of the trinity
Statement of responsibility
edited by Gilles Emery and Matthew Levering
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This handbook surveys the complex history of Trinitarian theology and reveals the Nicene unity still at work among Christians today despite ecumenical differences. Contributors examine doctrinal developments and variations from biblical times to the present day
Is part of
Cataloging source
CUS
Dewey number
231.044
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1971-
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  • Emery, Gilles
  • Levering, Matthew
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  • Trinity
  • Trinity
Label
The Oxford handbook of the trinity, edited by Gilles Emery and Matthew Levering, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The Trinity in the Johannine literature
  • Ben Witherington III
  • Exegesis and the early Christian doctrine of the Trinity
  • Mark Edwards
  • The Trinity in the Ante-Nicene fathers
  • Stephen M. Hildebrand
  • The Trinity in the fourth-century fathers
  • J. Warren Smith
  • Augustine on the Trinity
  • Lewis Ayres
  • The canonization of Scripture in the context of trinitarian doctrine
  • Late patristic developments on the Trinity in the East
  • Andrew Louth
  • Trinitarian theology from Alcuin to Anselm
  • Lauge O. Nielsen
  • Scholastic reasons, monastic meditations and Victorine conciliations : the question of the unity and plurality of God in the twelfth century
  • Dominique Poirel
  • Franciscan and Dominican trinitarian theology (thirteenth century): Bonaventure and Aquinas
  • Joseph Wawrykow
  • Medieval trinitarian theology from the late thirteenth to the fifteenth centuries
  • Russell L. Friedman
  • Khaled Anatolios
  • The development of the Trinity doctrine in Byzantium (ninth to fifteenth centuries)
  • Karl Christian Felmy
  • The Trinity in the reformers
  • Scott R. Swain
  • The Trinity in the early modern era (c.1550-1770)
  • Ulrich L. Lehner
  • The Trinity in Kant, Hegel, and Schelling
  • Cyril O'Regan
  • Nineteenth-century Protestant doctrines of the Trinity
  • Samuel M. Powell
  • The Trinity in the Old Testament
  • Catholic theology of the Trinity in the nineteenth century
  • Aidan Nichols
  • Karl Barth's doctrine of the Trinity, and some Protestant doctrines after Barth
  • George Hunsinger
  • Karl Rahner, Hans Urs von Balthasar, and twentieth-century Catholic currents on the Trinity
  • Vincent Holzer
  • Contemporary orthodox currents on the Trinity
  • Aristotle Papanikolaou
  • Trinitarian theology in the light of analytic philosophy
  • Fergus Kerr
  • Christopher Seitz
  • The Trinity as Christian teaching
  • Kathryn Tanner
  • The divine person(s): Trinity, person, and analogous naming
  • Rudi A. Te Velde
  • A theology of God the father
  • Emmanuel Durand
  • Trinitarian Christology : the eternal son
  • Thomas G. Weinandy
  • The deep things of God : trinitarian pneumatology
  • Bruce D. Marshall
  • The Trinity in the letters of St Paul and Hebrews
  • The Trinity, creation, and Christian anthropology
  • Risto Saarinen
  • The Trinity, the church, and the sacraments
  • Charles Morerod
  • Trinity and salvation : Christian life as an existence in the Trinity
  • Daniel A. Keating
  • The Trinity in liturgy and preaching
  • Geoffrey Wainwright
  • The Trinity in Christian visual arts
  • François Bœspflug
  • C. Kavin Rowe
  • The trinitarian imprint on the moral life
  • Romanus Cessario
  • The Trinity and moral life : Julian's trinitarian logic of love and contagion
  • Amy Laura Hall
  • The Trinity and prayer
  • Francesca Aran Murphy
  • The Trinity and feminism
  • Nonna Verna Harrison
  • The Trinity and politics
  • Frederick Christian Bauerschmidt
  • The Trinity in the synoptic gospels and Acts
  • Ecumenism and the doctrine of the Trinity today
  • David Fergusson
  • The doctrine of God in Jewish-Christian dialogue
  • Ellen T. Charry
  • The Trinity in interreligious dialogues
  • Gavin D'Costa
  • Globalization, postmodern theories of culture, and the Trinity
  • Tracey Rowland
  • Simon Gathercole
Control code
ocn774891897
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 632 p.)
Form of item
online
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The Oxford handbook of the trinity, edited by Gilles Emery and Matthew Levering, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The Trinity in the Johannine literature
  • Ben Witherington III
  • Exegesis and the early Christian doctrine of the Trinity
  • Mark Edwards
  • The Trinity in the Ante-Nicene fathers
  • Stephen M. Hildebrand
  • The Trinity in the fourth-century fathers
  • J. Warren Smith
  • Augustine on the Trinity
  • Lewis Ayres
  • The canonization of Scripture in the context of trinitarian doctrine
  • Late patristic developments on the Trinity in the East
  • Andrew Louth
  • Trinitarian theology from Alcuin to Anselm
  • Lauge O. Nielsen
  • Scholastic reasons, monastic meditations and Victorine conciliations : the question of the unity and plurality of God in the twelfth century
  • Dominique Poirel
  • Franciscan and Dominican trinitarian theology (thirteenth century): Bonaventure and Aquinas
  • Joseph Wawrykow
  • Medieval trinitarian theology from the late thirteenth to the fifteenth centuries
  • Russell L. Friedman
  • Khaled Anatolios
  • The development of the Trinity doctrine in Byzantium (ninth to fifteenth centuries)
  • Karl Christian Felmy
  • The Trinity in the reformers
  • Scott R. Swain
  • The Trinity in the early modern era (c.1550-1770)
  • Ulrich L. Lehner
  • The Trinity in Kant, Hegel, and Schelling
  • Cyril O'Regan
  • Nineteenth-century Protestant doctrines of the Trinity
  • Samuel M. Powell
  • The Trinity in the Old Testament
  • Catholic theology of the Trinity in the nineteenth century
  • Aidan Nichols
  • Karl Barth's doctrine of the Trinity, and some Protestant doctrines after Barth
  • George Hunsinger
  • Karl Rahner, Hans Urs von Balthasar, and twentieth-century Catholic currents on the Trinity
  • Vincent Holzer
  • Contemporary orthodox currents on the Trinity
  • Aristotle Papanikolaou
  • Trinitarian theology in the light of analytic philosophy
  • Fergus Kerr
  • Christopher Seitz
  • The Trinity as Christian teaching
  • Kathryn Tanner
  • The divine person(s): Trinity, person, and analogous naming
  • Rudi A. Te Velde
  • A theology of God the father
  • Emmanuel Durand
  • Trinitarian Christology : the eternal son
  • Thomas G. Weinandy
  • The deep things of God : trinitarian pneumatology
  • Bruce D. Marshall
  • The Trinity in the letters of St Paul and Hebrews
  • The Trinity, creation, and Christian anthropology
  • Risto Saarinen
  • The Trinity, the church, and the sacraments
  • Charles Morerod
  • Trinity and salvation : Christian life as an existence in the Trinity
  • Daniel A. Keating
  • The Trinity in liturgy and preaching
  • Geoffrey Wainwright
  • The Trinity in Christian visual arts
  • François Bœspflug
  • C. Kavin Rowe
  • The trinitarian imprint on the moral life
  • Romanus Cessario
  • The Trinity and moral life : Julian's trinitarian logic of love and contagion
  • Amy Laura Hall
  • The Trinity and prayer
  • Francesca Aran Murphy
  • The Trinity and feminism
  • Nonna Verna Harrison
  • The Trinity and politics
  • Frederick Christian Bauerschmidt
  • The Trinity in the synoptic gospels and Acts
  • Ecumenism and the doctrine of the Trinity today
  • David Fergusson
  • The doctrine of God in Jewish-Christian dialogue
  • Ellen T. Charry
  • The Trinity in interreligious dialogues
  • Gavin D'Costa
  • Globalization, postmodern theories of culture, and the Trinity
  • Tracey Rowland
  • Simon Gathercole
Control code
ocn774891897
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 632 p.)
Form of item
online
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

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