Oliver Crisp: How Is "Christology, Ancient and Modern" Unique within Historical Theological Discourse?
In January Zondervan partnered with Biola University and Fuller Theological Seminary again to offer the 2nd annual Los Angeles Theology Conference. This year the LATC fully engaged the state of Trinitarian theology and the "counter-revolution" to the 20th century revolution in current Trinitarian thought. Those papers will be available later this year.
In the meantime you can read and engage the fruits of last year's conference, Christology, Ancient and Modern, a positively unique book among historical theological discourse.
In the video below Oliver Crisp reflects upon why this book is distinctive and how it contributes to current theological discussion. It is unique because of "the way in which we are seeking to both hold on to the tradition and reflect upon it, as well as make a constructive contribution for the church in the 21st century."
He makes it clear they want to engage with the tradition in a "thick and rich way," while deliberately articulating what it is that's important about Christology for the 21st century. And they perform this articulating work with a well-rounded chorus of exceptional historical theologians.
Engage the discussion yourself by watching this video and working through these important articles.
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