2008 TBS Logistics

Mike Aubrey recently asked: “So when are we going to have this summit and how?”


  • Mike Aubrey — Trinitarian Themes in Ephesians
  • Weekend Fisher — Constructions of the Trinity from Jewish Rather than Greek Formulations
  • Peter Leithart — Making Room
  • Jeff Meyers — A Trinitarian Wedding Meditation
  • Darrell Purisful — Topic Pending
  • D.W. Congdon — The Trinitarian theology of Jürgen Moltmann and Eberhard Jüngel
  • Ben Myers — The Relationship Between the Trinity and Jesus of Narareth or The Trinitarianism of Robert Jenson and Wolfhart Pannenberg
  • James Linday — Topic Pending
  • Halden — Robert Jenson’s Trinitarian Theology
  • WTM — Augustine and social trinitarianism as represented by Colin Gunton, with appearances by Barth and Torrance.
  • T. Michael W. Halcomb — The Trinity & The Nations: Insights From Galatians
  • Nick Norelli — Something to do with Perichoresis as it extends to humanity
  • Doug Chaplin — The Trinity as the Basic Grammar of Worship


  • 2008 Trinity Blogging Summit (TBS).


  • Right here at Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth. 


  • First week of March 2008 — All posts will be posted by Monday, March 3, 2008.
  • The deadline for post submissions will be the last week of February (2/24/08 – 2/29/08).


  • Because the blogosphere needs a healthy dose of Trinitarianism!


  • I will host all of the posts on this blog.  If anyone would like to simultaneously host their post on their blog then a link will be provided.
  • Participants can email me their final drafts by the deadline date.
  • All of the posts submitted should be between 1500-2000 words in length.
  • Each author should provide some biographical info to be used as a byline.   

Check back for updates on topics and participants.



7 thoughts on “2008 TBS Logistics

  1. Don’t know yet. Peter Leithart already sent me his post and he basically said what I was planning on saying but of course he said it better. So now it’s back to the drawing board.

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