Thomas F. Torrance is considered by many to be the most outstanding living Reformed theologian in the Anglo-Saxon world. In The Promise of Trinitarian Theology, Elmer M. Colyer presents a collection of essays critiquing Torrance's work. It explores his place in Reformed theology and his relation to the Greek fathers. Both everyday life and scientific understanding are discussed in the essays within. The Promise of Trinitarian Theology is a hopeful step engaging the works of T. F. Torrance and the theology behind his words.
Elmer M. Colyer is associate professor of historical theology at University of Dubuque Theological Seminary in Iowa.
Chapter 1 Thomas Forsyth Torrance: Minister of the Gospel, Pastor, Evangelical Theologian Chapter 2 T. F. Torrance in Relation to Reformed Theology Chapter 3 The Christology of Thomas F. Torrance Chapter 4 The Holy Spirit in T. F. Torrance's Theology Chapter 5 Being and Person: T. F. Torrance's Doctrine of God Chapter 6 The Dimension of Depth: Thomas F. Torrance on the Sacraments Chapter 7 Reading T. F. Torrance as a Practical Theologian Chapter 8 Revelation, Scripture, Mystical Apprehension of Divine Knowledge Chapter 9 A Scientific Theological Method Chapter 10 Humanity in an Intelligble Cosmos: Non-Duality in Albert Einstein and Thomas Torrance Chapter 11 Natural Science and Christian Faith in the Thought of T. F. Torrance Chapter 12 Thomas Torrance Responds