Books for Christmas

I put a few books on my Christmas list this year, and my parents and brother graciously purchased some of them for me. I’m enjoying digging into them a little already. Here’s what I got:

I would prefer to have all of these titles in my Libronix Digital Library System for reasons I’ve explained elsewhere, but I still enjoy getting new print books when I can’t.

Speaking of Libronix, I also recently picked up the Colin E. Gunton Theology Collection (6 Volumes), which includes these two titles that deal with the Trinity:

I’m also looking forward to getting the Trinitarian Theology Collection (3 volumes) when it becomes available. It contains these three volumes:

Footnotes

  1. Amazon sells this volume for $160, making the Colin E. Gunton Theology Collection seem pretty affordable!
  2. Even if his Trinitarianism is hardly distinguishable from modalism.

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3 Responses to Books for Christmas

  1. Mike Aubrey January 9, 2008 at 12:23 pm #

    Looks like you did well.

  2. Rod January 9, 2008 at 1:34 pm #

    Methinks me “smells” a dissertation topic in this collective list. If my “smeller” is working right (or even if it’s not!), what topic are you working on?

  3. Phil Gons January 10, 2008 at 12:42 am #

    Yes. I’m working on an analysis of the relationship between the Father and Son as seen in the history of the interpretation of 1 Cor 15:28. I’ll also be giving considering to what implications this text may or may not have for the gender debate.

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