From the Trinity The Coming of God in Revelation and Theology /

"Provides an overall view of the history and the philosophical and theological significance of God the Trinity from religious, anthropological, and sociocultural perspectives, following the generative-progressive method advocated by the Second Vatican Council"--

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Coda, Piero, 1955- (Author)
Other Authors: Neu, William (Editor), Casarella, Peter J. (writer of foreword.)
Format: eBook
Published: Washington, D.C. : The Catholic University of America Press, [2020]
Series:Book collections on Project MUSE.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • The meaning and theological locus of faith in God the Trinity
  • The historical context
  • The method and the rhythm of Trinitarian theology
  • The journey
  • God's revelation from the first to the New Testament
  • God's revelation in the figure of the covenant
  • a phenomenology
  • YHWH, the only true and living God
  • Attributes and names of YHWH
  • YHWH's presence in history and creation
  • The Image of YHWH tested : krísis, pathos, apocalypse
  • Summary
  • The God revealed in Jesus the Christ
  • Jesus of Nazareth and the event of the Kingdom of God in the power of the spirit
  • The paschal event : act of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
  • The Trinitarian faith of the apostolic community
  • Summary
  • The theological understanding of God-Trinity
  • The pre-Nicene period : the Trinity lived and confessed by the church
  • From Nicaea to the Filioque : trinitas in excelsis
  • Medieval scholasticism
  • The modern epoch : the trinity starting with the cross and history
  • The rediscovery of God the Trinity in the twentieth century
  • Perspectives and questions regarding the Trinity in twentieth-century theology
  • The ontology of nature and of the person
  • Toward the recovery of the ontology of unity and the Trinity
  • The unity and Trinity of God in the logic of Revelation
  • The unity and the Trinity of God in the rhythm of a Trinitarian ontology
  • A truth witnessed in charity, the locus of the Trinity.