T&T Clark Handbook of Thomas F. Torrance by Paul D. Molnar & Myk Habets
This handbook explores Thomas F. Torrance’s importance in modern theology, with each contribution bringing Torrance’s deep and nuanced insights to a broad range of contemporary theological concerns. The contributors to this volume present cutting-edge Torrance scholarship for a new generation, which will enable readers to see the timely significance of Torrance for today.
Comprising both contexts and dogmatics, these essays not only introduce key themes in Torrance’s extensive published writings – including his work on the Trinity, ecumenism, incarnation, atonement, and eschatology – but also provide fresh interpretations fully conversant with theological problems facing the church in the world today. Designed as both a guide for students and a reference point for scholars, this handbook thoroughly explores the frameworks of key debates related to Torrance’s theology, while also suggesting fresh interpretative strategies concerning his thought.
About the editors:
Myk Habets is Head of Theology at Laidlaw College, Auckland, New Zealand (ACT college).
Paul Molnar is Professor of Systematic Theology at St. John’s University, New York.