This provocative collection of papers from an international array of theologians explores the doctrine of the Trinity in the context of twentieth-century cultural and religious pluralism. How should Christians think about their faith in relation to culture in general? Can the Trinity fit into a global religion? These essays - orginally presented at the Fifth Edinburh Dogmatic Conference - show how a full-orbed Trinitarian doctrine, with a proper emphasis on both the One and the Three, provides the necessary resources for successfully addressing the problems and the possibilities of contemporary pluralism. Contributors: Gary Badcock, Richard Bauckham, Henri Blocher, Gerald Bray, Colin Gunton, Trevor Hart, Lesslie Newbigin, Roland Poupin, Kevin J. VanHoozer and Stephen Williams
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