Reader's Guide 7d. Theological method in relation to the Trinity

Elmer M. Colyer, "An Introductory Reader's Guide to the Published Works of T. F. Torrance," Participatio: Journal of the Thomas F. Torrance Theological Fellowship, Supplement 1 (2011): 38-63; revised online edition (#2017-EC-1).

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For those interested in how Torrance's theological method is concretely related to theological content, especially the doctrine of the Trinity, the following chapters trace Torrance's thinking on this subject. Here I have arranged the material in chronological order, as it illumines the growing sophistication of the integration of content and method in Torrance's theology in relation to the Christian doctrine of God, the Trinity. The material in The Christian Doctrine of God, from the beginning through chapter 4, is perhaps the most developed account written by any theologian to date of how the doctrine of the Trinity arises.

Transformation and Convergence in the Frame of Knowledge (#1984-433)
Chapter 2: The Integration of Form in Natural Science and Theological Science (#1984-433d)

Ground and Grammar (#1980-369)
Chapter 6: The Basic Grammar of Theology (#1980-369g)

Reality and Scientific Theology (#1985-450)
Chapter 6: The Trinitarian Structure of Theology (#1985-450h)

Christian Doctrine of God: One Being, Three Persons (#1996-595)
Preface (#1996-595a) and Introduction (#1996-595b)
Chapter 2: The Christian Perspective (#1996-595c)
Chapter 3: The Biblical Frame (#1996-595d)
Chapter 4: The Trinitarian Mind (#1996-595e)


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