From left to right: Oliver Crisp’s Beard, Oliver Crisp, Thomas McCall, Fred Sanders, Karen Kilby, Lewis Ayres, and Stephen Holmes.
In this episode I share my reflections on this conference, and specifically on Trinity theories in contemporary academic theology.
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Links for this episode:
- L.A. Theology Conference website
- Dr. Oliver Crisp and his books (and his beard – RIP)
- Dr. Thomas H. McCall and his Which Trinity? Whose Monotheism? (review)
- Dr. Fred Sanders and his The Deep Things of God
- Dr. Karen Kilby and her books
- Dr. Lewis Ayres and his Nicea and Its Legacy
- a post on talk of the “economic” vs. the “immanent” Trinity
- my Historical Supplement to my “Trinity” (both also in book form).