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List of Contributors Christophe Chalamet is professor of theology at the University of Geneva. His work has focused on dialectical theologians, modern Protestant thinkers, and the Social Gospel within francophone Protestantism. Gavin D’Costa is professor in Catholic theology at the University of Bristol. He has published several books that focus on a Christian theology of religions in a Trinitarian perspective. A graduate of the University of Strasbourg, Mathias Hassenfratz-Coffinet is a doctoral student at the University of Geneva, where he is writing a dissertation on hope in a Process perspective. Karen Kilby is the Bede chair of Catholic theology at Durham University. She previously taught at the University of Nottingham. She has published acclaimed books on Karl Rahner and Hans Urs von Balthasar, and has authored an influential critique of social Trinitarianism. Aristotle Papanikolaou is Archbishop Demetrios Professor in Orthodox Theology and Culture at Fordham University. In addition to numerous studies on recent and contemporary Trinitarian theology in the Eastern/Orthodox tradition, he has published a book on Vladimir Lossky and John Zizioulas and, more recently, The Mystical as Political: Democracy and Non-Radical Orthodoxy (University of Notre Dame Press, 2012). Christoph Schwöbel is professor of systematic theology at the University of Tübingen. He has published widely on Trinitarian theology and other key topics in Christian theology. Among his recent books is Gott im Gespräch. Theologische Studien zur Gegenwartsdeutung (Mohr, 2011). 167 Marc Vial teaches systematic theology at the Protestant Theological Faculty of the University of Strasbourg. He has published a book as well as numerous articles on medieval theology, Reformation theology, and contemporary Protestant theology. Among the topics he has written about in recent years is the idea of God’s almightiness. 168 | Recent Developments in Trinitarian Theology ...


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