The Lively God of Robert Jenson

Hart, David B.
October 2005
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Oct2005, Issue 156, p28
Comments on the thinking of modern American theologian Robert Jenson. Jenson's theology of the living God; Attempts of many theologians to understand the nature of interrelations of Father, Son and Spirit; View of Jenson that God's eternity is intrinsically temporal; Trinitarian theology that Jenson's thought represents.


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