The Holy Trinity in the Life of the Church (Holy Cross Studies In Patristic Theology And History Series)
:In this volume, a noted theologian brings together an ecumenical roster of leading scholars to explore trinitarian faith as it is concretely experienced in the life of the church. Drawing upon and fostering renewed interest in trinitarian theology, the contributors--including...
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:In this volume, a noted theologian brings together an ecumenical roster of leading scholars to explore trinitarian faith as it is concretely experienced in the life of the church. Drawing upon and fostering renewed interest in trinitarian theology, the contributors--including Brian E. Daley, John Behr, and Kathleen McVey--clarify the centrality of trinitarian doctrine in salvation, worship, and life. This is the third volume in Holy Cross Studies in Patristic Theology and History, a partnership between Baker Academic and the Pappas Patristic Institute of Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. The series is a deliberate outreach by the Orthodox community to Protestant and Catholic seminarians, pastors, and theologians.
Khaled Anatolios (Ph.D., Boston College) is associate professor of historical theology in the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. He is the author of Athanasius: The Coherence of His Thought and the Athanasius volume in Routledge's Early Church Fathers series, and most recently Retrieving Nicaea: The Development and Meaning of Trinitarian Doctrine. He is also on the steering committee of the Boston Colloquy in Historical Theology and is a member of the board of directors of the Pappas Patristic Institute at the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology
- :<b>contents<br></b><br>foreword By Father Nick Triantafilou<br><b>part 1. The Trinity In Christian Worship<br></b>1. The Baptismal Command (matthew 28:19-20) And The Doctrine Of The Trinity <i>joseph T. Lienhard, Sj<br></i>2. Eucharist And Trinity In The Liturgies Of The Early Church <i>robert J. Daly, Sj<br></i>3. The Nascent &quot;trinitarian&quot; Worship Of <i>martyrdom Of Polycarp </i>14 And Ephesians 1 <i>paul Hartog<br></i>4. Gregory Of Nyssa On Knowing The Trinity <i>nonna Verna Harrison<br></i><b>part 2. Jesus Christ, The Trinity, And Christian Salvation<br></b>5. The Holy Trinity As The Dynamic Of The World's Salvation In The Greek Fathers <i>john Anthony Mcguckin<br></i>6. Maximus The Confessor And John Of Damascus On The Trinity <i>brian E. Daley, Sj<br></i>7. Deification In Augustine: Plotinian Or Trinitarian? <i>matthew Drever<br></i>8. Justification As Declaration And Deification <i>bruce D. Marshall<br></i><b>part 3. The Trinity And Ecclesial Being<br></b>9. Personhood, Communion, And The Trinity In Some Patristic Texts <i>khaled Anatolios<br></i>10. The Trinitarian Being Of The Church <i>john Behr<br></i>11. The Relevance Of Gregory Of Nyssa's <i>ad Ablabium</i> For Catholic-orthodox Ecumenical Dialogue On The Trinity And The Church <i>thomas Cattoi<br></i>12. Syriac Christian Tradition And Gender In Trinitarian Theology <i>kathleen Mcvey<br></i>conclusion: A God In Whom We Live: Ministering The Trinitarian God <i>brian E. Daley, Sj<br></i>indexes