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Editorial reviews Publisher Synopsis "One of the most distinctive and powerful voices in British theology For more than 30 years of prolific writing and inspirational teaching at King's College London, he pioneered a vision of classical Christian theology as a credible intellectual discipline which, far from needing to accommodate itself to modern fashions of thought, provided the resources needed to criticise them.
Colin Gunton is at his best in doing "big picture" theological synthesis, and with this in mind, the first five chapters are perhaps the most effective and useful. As such, it will be appreciated in a variety of teaching settings, in both the classroom and the congregation.
The more specialized essays in the book's second section have their high points, including Gunton's characteristically strong emphasis upon the importance of the doctrine of the Trinity for properly maintaining a sufficient theological distinction between the Creator and the creation.
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