The Holy Trinity—God for God and God for Us
Seven Positions on the Immanent-Economic Trinity Relation in Contemporary Trinitatian Theology
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"Chung-Hyun Baik presents an engaging tour de force on the immanent and economic Trinity. With a thorough mastery of the subject in its historical roots and contemporary forms, he systematically reviews the approaches of Barth, Rahner, Moltmann, Pannenberg, Jenson, Boff, Pittenger, Bracken, LaCugna, and Lee. In addition, he offers an insightful suggestion on how the category of 'mystery' might be invoked to resolve ontological and epistemological tensions inherent in this subject."
--Michael J. Dodds, OP
Professor of Systematic Theology
Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology
"We have had a renaissance of the doctrine of the Trinity ever since the second half of the last century. The relationship between the immanent Trinity and the economic Trinity has been a central question for many disputes and controversies among Trinitarian theologians. This book is a great work that provides an effective way of classification of a variety of positions on the question. It is a must read for any one that is interested in the current issues of contemporary Trinitarian theology."
--Sung Wook Chung,
Associate Professor of Theology