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Understanding and Interpreting the Trinity
Gerald O'Collins, SJ
Examines the Old Testament roots of trinitarian thought, the historical developments that gave rise to the doctrine of the trinity and contemporary thinking about trinitarian issues.
What Can They Mean for Christians Today?
Richard W. Kropf
A concise treatment, from both a Catholic as well as ecumenical perspective, of the two main creeds of Christendom.
Rev. George A. Maloney, SJ
By drawing insights from Holy Scriptures, the Eastern Fathers, and mystics of all ages, this book offers an intriguing vision of God as invading Love.
How to Think About the Divine
John F. Haught
Suggests five ways of thinking realistically about God by reflecting on profound human experience of depth, future, freedom, beauty, and truth.
Rev. Michael P. Gallagher
Drawing on material from the last few decades, this book is a survey of theology concerning unbelief, mainly from a European and North American perspective.
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