Item description for What Are They Saying About the Trinity? (WATSA Books) by Anne Hunt...
Overview A succint overview of contemporary development in Roman Catholic trinitarian theology.
Publishers Description Surveys the major schools of thought on the trinity.
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Studio: Paulist Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.89" Width: 5.29" Height: 0.32" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2004
Publisher Paulist Press
Series WATSA Books
ISBN 0809138069 ISBN13 9780809138067
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More About Anne Hunt
Anne Hunt is faculty dean of theology and philosophy at Australian Catholic University. She is currently vice president of the Australian Catholic Theological Association. She is author of "Trinity: Nexus of the Mysteries of Christian Faith, What Are They Saying About the Trinity?"and "The Trinity and the Paschal Mystery."
Anne Hunt was born in 1952.
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Reviews - What do customers think about What Are They Saying About the Trinity??
This book is the Bomb!!!! I learned so much. Mar 16, 1999
The book was ok. I did learn new perspectives
Trinitarian Theology Made Easy Nov 8, 1998
The `What are they saying about...' series offers well-written and accessible guides to contemporary theological trends, suitable for new students of theology and those wishing a refresher course in a book. Following on from her detailed theological study, `The Trinity and the Paschal Mystery', released at the beginning of 1998, Anne Hunt has contributed the latest volume to the series, a concise introductory guide to modern theologies of the Trinity. Each of the five chapters that form the body of the book presents one of the leading contemporary approaches to trinitarian theology, and focus on a representative theological: Brazilian Leornardo Boff's Latin American liberation theology; North American Elizabeth Johnson's Christian feminist theology; Australian Denis Edwards' ecological theology; Swiss Hans Urs von Balthasar's trinitarian theology grounded in the paschal mystery; and Australian Tony Kelly's new revisiting and revitalising of the psychological analogy to understanding the Trinity in terms of love. Anne Hunt has studied theology at Yarra Theological Union, Fordham University, and the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. She holds a doctorate in theology and has taught at Yarra Theological Union. She is currently principal of Loreto Mandeville Hall, a Catholic school for girls in Melbourne.