Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective
Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective features six highly respected scholars from schools such as Erskine Theological Seminary, Talbot School of Theology, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. These scholars address an issue that has a significant impact on the...
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Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective features six highly respected scholars from schools such as Erskine Theological Seminary, Talbot School of Theology, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. These scholars address an issue that has a significant impact on the way Christians should approach everyday evangelism but is often ignored: the fundamental fact that the Savior who died on the cross and rose from the dead is the eternal second person of the Trinity. ^ The Christian church has confessed this truth since the early centuries, but many modern theologies have denied or ignored its implications. To clarify the complex issue, these writers approach "post-Chalcedonian" (451 AD) Christology from a variety of disciplines--historical, philosophical, systematic, and practical--thoroughly examining the importance of keeping Jesus Christ in trinitarian perspective. ^ Major chapters include: "Introduction to Christology: Chalcedonian Categories for the Gosp
Fred Sanders (Ph.D., Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CA) Associate Professor of Theology in the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University in La Mirada, California. He is the author of The Deep Things of God: The Trinity and Evangelical Existence (Crossway, 2010); Blessed Trinity: An Approach to the Doctrine of God and Salvation; John Wesley on the Christian Life Crossway, 2012); Editor and contributor to Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective: An Introductory Christology (Broadman andHolman, 2007); The Image of the Immanent Trinity: Rahner's Rule and the Theological Interpretation of Scripture (NY: Peter Lang, 2005) and Dr. Doctrines Christian Comix, (four volumes from InterVarsity Press, July 1999.)
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Klaus Issler (PhD., Michigan State University) is professor of Christian education and theology at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, La Mirada, California. He is an adjunct faculty member for the Institute of Spiritual Formation. He teaches primarily in the Ph.D. in Educational Studies program, and is the book review editor for the Christian Education Journal.
Dr. Issler authored Wasting Time with God: A Christian Spirituality of Friendship with God, The Lost Virtue of Happiness, Getting Good at Life: Experiencing Kingdom Living Now, and co-authored Teaching for Reconciliation: Foundations and Practice of Christian Educational Ministry and How We Learn: A Christian Teacher's Guide to Educational Psychology.
He has contributed to Baker Dictionary of Christian Education and Christian Education in the New Millennium. Dr. Issler has been an associate pastor, an instructor for Walk Thru the Bible, and a board member with BEE International, most recntly he has authored In Search of a Confident Faith with J.P. Moreland.