Recent Developments in Trinitarian Theology explores the major renaissance that Trinitarian theology has undergone in recent decades. Remarkably, all the main Christian denominations have participated in this, and contemporary Trinitarian theology is a discussion that often crosses over confessional boundaries.</p><p>English-language theology plays an important role in the renewal of Trinitarian theology and that role is the focus of this symposium. Its purpose is twofold: to gather in an international setting leading thinkers to present the major developments in Trinitarian theology and to show how Trinitarian theology can contribute to new thinking in several contemporary systematic and critical fields, including political theology and the theology of religions.</p><p>Includes contributions by Karen Kilby, Gavin D’Costa, Aristotle Papanikolaou, Christoph Schwöbel, Christophe Chalamet, Mathias Hassenfratz-Coffinet, and Marc Vial.</p><p>
About the Author
Christophe Chalamet is professor of systematic theology at the University of Geneva. He was previously professor of historical theology at Fordham University and is the author of Dialectical Theologians: Wilhelm Herrmann, Karl Barth and Rudolf Bultmann (2005), Revivalism and Social Christianity: The Prophetic Faith of Henri Nick and Andre Trocme (2013), as well as numerous published articles and essays.Marc Vial is lecturer in systematic theology on the Faculty of Protestant Theology at the University of Strasbourg. He is the author of significant monographs and essays on the theology of Jean Gerson and John Clavin.