Book Review: Trinitarian Theology After Barth

The Journal of Theological Studies has just published the online edition of my review of Trinitarian Theology After Barth, a collection of essays edited by Myk Habets and Phillip Tolliday. (I believe the print version is in the first issue of 2012.) The papers in this volume were presented at a 2009 symposium at Carey Baptist College, New Zealand, and include papers from scholars attempting to think “with,” “after,” and “beyond” Karl Barth.

Contributors to the volume’s 16 essays include Paul D. Molnar, Ivor Davidson, Bruce L. McCormack, Murray Rae, Benjamin Myers, Myk Habets, and more.

Fortunately Oxford Journals provides a public link to the online version — no subscription required! So you can read the full review here and find a PDF copy here.

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