De Régnon Reconsidered
One hundred years after the work of de Régnon on the theology of the trinity, B. examines intervening scholarship in relation to the way that de Régnon framed the discussion. Although the use of the characterization of trinitarian theologies as Greek and Latin may differ, at least according to French and English language groups. B. provides specific examples of how the study of trinitarian theology continues to be circumscribed by de Régnon's solutions and suggests new avenues to be followed. (See too, E. Muller, AS 26-1 (1995) 65-91).
|Author:||Michel René Barnes|
|Publisher:||S.n., s.l., 1995|
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