The One God
A Critically Developed Evangelical Doctrine of Trinitarian Unity
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"Whereas in much of contemporary Trinitarian theology there is a definite push toward the three-ness as a corrective to what current theologians regard as a one-sided affirmation of the unity, the main task of this insightful study by Michael Chiavone is to remind of the importance of finding a balance that would secure the unity of the Triune God. After a careful and irenic critique of some of the leading constructive Trinitarian proposals by Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Protestant thinkers, Chiavone boldly lays down his own proposal. This is a valuable invitation to continue dialogue about this most vital issue."
Fuller Theological Seminary and University of Helsinki, Finland
"Solid and judicious, Chiavone's work on the Trinity is a helpful proposal. He is faithful to conciliar orthodoxy and accounts well for the unity of God. Serious students of the doctrine of the Trinity will benefit from this responsible critique of Rahner, Erickson, Zizioulas, and Pannenberg. The One God is a genuine contribution to the scholarly literature on the doctrine."
Dean of The College at Southeastern