About

Subject: Theories about the Trinity – either all three (Trinity theories) or one (incarnation theories, pneumatology).

Purposes:

  1. To survey, explain, and evaluate trinitarian theories (widely understood) – mostly recent ones, but sometimes historical ones as well.
  2. To foster discussion and critical thinking about this topic among the general public, as well as philosophers, theologians, and apologists.

Contributors

  • Joseph Jedwab (PhD Philosophical Theology, Oxford University, 2008) teaches philosophy at Kutztown University. He has a license to kill, but not to drive.
  • J.T. Paasch (PhD Philosophical Theology, Oxford University, 2009) teaches philosophy for Georgetown University’s Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program. He only smokes hand-rolled cigarettes.
  • Dale Tuggy (PhD Philosophy, Brown University, 2000) teaches philosophy and religious studies at SUNY Fredonia. A native of Dallas, he used to cry when the Cowboys lost a game. Now he only tears up.
  • Scott Williams (PhD, Theology, University of Oxford) teaches philosophy Centre College. For those who are curious, he is catholic by profession of faith.

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