2014: Speakers



Fred Sanders, Biola University’s Torrey Honors Institute
What Trinitarian Theology is For: Placing the Doctrine of the Trinity in Christian Theology and Life

Stephen R. Holmes, University of St. Andrews
Trinitarian Action and Inseparable Action

Thomas McCall, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Trinity Doctrine, Plain and Simple

Karen Kilby, Durham University
Trinity and Politics: An Apophatic Approach

Lewis Ayres, Durham University
The Life of God and the Christian Life: Thinking into the Mystery

Breakout Sessions

Samuel Powell, Point Loma Nazarene University
The Procession of the Spirit and the Image of God in Augustine’s Theology

Brannon Ellis, InterVarsity Press
The Spirit of the Father, of Himself God: A Calvinian Approach to the Question of the Filioque

Robert St. Hilaire, Niagara University
Imitating the Vision of God: Pierre Rousselot on Thomas Aquinas’s Theological Method and Trinitarian Discourse

Kyle Strobel, Grand Canyon University
The Beauty of the Triune God: A Retrieval

Kendall Soulen, Wesley Theological Seminary
The Name above Every Name: The Eternal Identity of the Second Person of the Trinity and the Covenant of Grace

Darren O. Sumner, Fuller Seminary Northwest
Functional Subordination and Eternity: The Father-Son Relation in Karl Barth’s Trinitarian Theology

Jason S. Sexton, Golden Gate Baptist Seminary and USC
A Confessing Trinitarian Theology for Today’s Mission

Awet Andemicael, Lecturer, Yale University
The Music of God: Toward an Aesthetic Trinitarian Theology

Dale Tuggy, SUNY Fredonia
How to Be a Monotheistic Trinitarian

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