2009 Trinity Blogging Summit

I’m am quite pleased to announce the 2009 Trinity Blogging Summit, thank God it’s finally here!  I would like to express my sincerest appreciation for those who were able to participate and I apologize for the constant delays.  I myself did not write on the Trinity although I wish I had.  I thought I’d take the easy way out by providing a bibliography of Trinitarian resources but this ended up taking me days upon days to compile and I know that I haven’t even scratched the surface.  Perhaps I’ll be able to contribute something else at a later date in time.  Let me also take this time to say that if you were originally supposed to contribute and would like to do so at your convenience, I’d be happy to update this page.  Now onto the posts which I list in the order I received them.  Enjoy!

  1. Chicken of the Sea — Theodora Ranelli
  2. Triune Holiness — Peter J. Leithart
  3. Plantinga’s View of the Trinity — Ralph Allan Smith

And while we’re on the subject of the Trinity allow me to direct your attention to three posts listed on my Scholar’s Corner page which provide links to quite a few of the articles listed in my bibliography.

You might also be interested in the various reviews I’ve done on books about the Trinity:


13 thoughts on “2009 Trinity Blogging Summit

  1. Nick, the Trinitarian bibliography is very helpful. You listed some major works in the field. Hopefully, if time permits, next time you could do an annotated bibliography. Perhaps we’re asking too much of you.

  2. Celucien: It would be a massive undertaking to annotate that thing, but a worthwhile project to be sure. Perhaps over the next year I’ll commit to doing just that. Thanks for the suggestion.

  3. Currently I have the following books relating to the Trinity:

    “The Trinity: Evidence And Issues” by Robert Morey
    “The Forgotten Trinity” by Dr. James R. White
    “The Holy Trinity: In Scripture, History, Theology, and Worship” by Robert Letham
    “God in Three Persons” by E. Calvin Beisner
    “Father, Son, and Holy Spirit: Relationships, Roles, and Relevance” by Bruce A. Ware
    “Trinity & Triunity: Salvation and the Nature of the Godhead” by E. Charles Heinze
    “The Trinitarian Controversy” by William G. Rusch
    “The Trinity” by Edward H. Bickersteth
    “The Trinity In The New Testament” by Arthur W. Wainwright
    “Making Sense of The Trinity” by Millard J. Erickson
    “Our Triune God” by Peter Toon
    “Why You Should Believe In The Trinity” by Robert M. Bowman, Jr.

  4. Carl: There’s a couple on your list that I didn’t have on the bibliography. Thanks for bringing them to my attention, I’ll add them right away.

  5. Awesome…thanks again for your hard work! I look forward to digging into them more once our internet finally (it’s been 2 months since ordering) gets setup at the house this weekend!

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