Vol 18 Num. 2 - Winter 2016
The Winter 2016 issue features critical interactions with Keith Ward's book,
Christ and the Cosmos: A Reformulation of the Trinitarian Doctrine.
With nine philosophical and theological responses to Ward's thesis and argument,
this symposium, edited by philosopher and theologian Chad Meister, is sure to
help discern interpretations of Trinitarian doctrine in the twenty-first
It is "an adventure in philosophical theology with respect to the doctrine of
the Trinity," writes Meister in his illuminating Introduction to this symposium.
From across the theological and philosophical spectrum, respondents include
Richard Swinburne, Stephen T. Davis, Thomas McCall, Katherin A. Rogers, William
Hasker, Francis X. Clooney, SJ, Thomas Jay Oord, Dale Tuggy, and Jerome Gellman.
Ward's opening and closing essay, coupled with Meister's helpful introduction to
this symposium, offers a well-packaged presentation suited for personal study
and classroom discussion. It will "challenge us with ideas and arguments that
may well provide deeper insights about the triune God," concludes Meister.
In the Winter issue, we are also pleased to feature Alister McGrath's 2016
national annual plenary address as the lead article, focused on "The Rationality
of Faith: How Does Christianity Make Sense of Things?"
Finally, the Winter issue includes many other articles, philosophical notes and
book reviews on wide-ranging topics, including: latest critiques of naturalism,
addressing Reformed epistemology issues, and the latest critique of scholarship
on the "historical Jesus" from the likes of William Lane Craig, Gary Habermas,
Michael McFall, Greg Ganssle and many more!
See all the articles included in this issue here >>