A book I read more than a decade ago has had a profound influence on me. It is R. Kendall Soulen’s The God of Israel and Christian Theology. However, I loaned my copy to somebody or somehow left it behind in one of my moves from interim ministry to interim ministry. Anyway my copy has been missing for a long time.
I have watched to see if it would come out in Kindle format. I have been trying to declutter my house by getting books in electronic format whenever possible. But I have finally given up and ordered a new dead-tree copy.
Some years ago I blogged through the first tome of Soulen’s work on the names of God, beginning here. My mind is more oriented toward the concrete than the abstract, so I often have a hard time with theoretical theology. I struggled to grasp Soulen’s trinitarian thought in…
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