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:
- White, James. The Forgotten Trinity: Recovering the Heart of Christian Belief. Minneapolis: Bethany, 1998.
- Ware, Bruce A. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit: Relationships, Roles, and Relevance. Wheaton: Crossway, 2005.
- George, Timothy, ed. God the Holy Trinity: Reflections on Christian Faith and Practice. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2006.
- Giles, Kevin. Jesus and the Father: Modern Evangelicals Reinvent the Doctrine of the Trinity. Grand Rapids: Zondervan: 2006.
- Fee, Gordon D. Pauline Christology: An Exegetical-Theological Study. Peabody: Hendrickson, 2007.
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:
- The Promise of Trinitarian Theology. 2d ed. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1997.
- Father, Son and Holy Spirit: Essays Toward a Fully Trinitarian Theology. London: T&T Clark, 2003.1
I’m also looking forward to getting the Trinitarian Theology Collection (3 volumes) when it becomes available. It contains these three volumes:
- Torrance, Thomas F. The Christian Doctrine of God: One Being, Three Persons. T&T Clark, 2001.2
- Becker, Matthew L. The Self-Giving God and Salvation History: The Trinitarian Theology of Johannes von Hofmann. T&T Clark, 2004.
- Molnar, Paul D. Divine Freedom and the Doctrine of the Immanent Trinity: In Dialogue with Karl Barth and Contemporary Theology. Rev. ed. T&T Clark, 2005.