Symposium: Doing Theology in light of the Trinity
Date: 21-22 August 2014
Location: Laidlaw College, Auckland, New Zealand
The resurgence of Trinitarian theology has been one of the outstanding developments of the recent decades of Christian systematic theology. From Barth and Rahner, to Pannenberg, Moltmann and La Cugna, to the programmatic suggestions of Colin Gunton, John Zizioulas and Stanley Grenz, to the recent essays of Kathryn Tanner, Sarah Coakley and Paul Fiddes, Trinity has been seen to be a creative clue to many aspects of the Christian theological discourse.This symposium will address the interface between understandings of the Trinity and theological method. What are the implications for the way in which the task of theology is to be approached? It is expected that a substantial publication on the themes will proceed from the symposium.
Proposals for papers are invited on related themes in biblical, systematic, and historical theology. Titles and Abstracts of up to 200 words should be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 March 2014.
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