The long-awaited second volume of Katherine Sonderegger’s Systematic Theology arrived in 2020. It is a book about the Inner Life of God, exploring the Immanent Trinity, the Holy Life of the One God. It is, admittedly, an “unusual dogma of Trinity,” having not Persons but Processions as its foundation and insisting that the doctrine is a deliverance of the Old Testament itself. In the author’s own words, “it is a strange book, a disorienting one, and, some would say, an impossible one.” In the words of others, the book is “magnificent,” “a marvel,” “faith-filled,” “a hymn of praise,” “like listening to someone pray.”
This virtual event will feature a panel discussion as well as audience Q&A. There is also a written symposium published in Sapientia, our online periodical. The essays in this symposium are written by the panelists and will serve as a foundation for the event.
|Katherine Sonderegger (PhD Brown University) is the William Meade Chair of Systematic Theology at Virginia Theological Seminary.|
|Daniel L. Hill (PhD Wheaton College) is Assistant Professor of Theological Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary.|
|Beth Felker Jones (PhD Duke University) is Professor of Theology at Wheaton College.|
|Fred Sanders (PhD Graduate Theological Union) is Professor of Theology in the Torrey Honors College of Biola University.|
|Kirsten Sanders (PhD Emory University) is Adjunct Professor of Christian Thought at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary.|