Suggested Reading – Theology

Barth, K. (1957). Church Dogmatics (Vol. 2, part 2, G. Bromiley, Trans.). Edinburgh, UK: T&T Clark.

Brown, S. (2007). Speaking again of the trinity. Theology Today, 64, 145-158.

Chia, R. (2007). Trinity and ontology: Colin Gunton’s ecclesiology. International Journal of Systematic Theology, 9, 452-468.

Colwell, J. (2001). Living the Christian story. New York: T&T Clark.

Downey, M. (2000). Altogether gift: Trinitarian spirituality. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis.

Farley, M. (1975). New patterns of relationship: Beginnings of a moral revolution. Theological Studies, 36(1), 627-648.

Grenz, S. (2001). The social god and the relational self: A trinitarian theology of the imago dei. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press.

Groppe, E. (2002). Catherine Mowry LaCugna’s contribution to trinitarian theology. Theological Studies, 63, 730-763.

Gunton, C. (1992). The one, the three, and the many: God, creation and the culture of modernity. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Hauerwas, S. (1998). Sanctify them in the truth: Holiness exemplified. Edinburgh, UK: T&T Clark.

Johnson, E. (1997). Trinity: To let the symbol sing again. Theology Today, 54(3), 299-311.

Kilby, K. (2000). Perichoresis and projection: Problems with social doctrines of the Trinity. New Blackfriars, 81, 432-445.

LaCugna, C. (1989). The baptismal formula, feminist objections, and trinitarian theology. Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 26, 235-250.

LaCugna, C. (1993). God for us: The trinity and Christian life. San Francisco: HarperCollins.

LaCugna, C. (1994). Reflections on preaching the word of God. America, 170(10), 1-4.

LaCugna, C. (2000). The practical trinity. In Exploring Christian spirituality (pp. 273-282). Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic.

Lindbeck, G. (1984). The nature of doctrine: Religion and theology in a postliberal age. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press.

Moltmann, J. (1993). The trinity and the kingdom: The doctrine of God (M. Kohl, Trans.). Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press.

Otto, R. (2001). The use and abuse of perichoresis in recent theology. Scottish Journal of Theology, 54, 366-384.

Stone, H., & Duke, J. (1996). How to think theologically. Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg Fortress.

Volf, M. (1991). Work in the spirit: Toward a theology of work. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock Publishers.

Volf, M. (1998). After our likeness: The church as the image of god. Grand Rapids, MN: Eerdmans Publishing.