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Patricia A. Fox, RSM, PhD, teaches Christian spirituality at the Adelaide College of Divinity at the theology school of Flinders University of South Australia and coordinates the Spirituality Office for the Catholic Archdiocese of Adelaide.
This is a book for scholars, students, pastors, and all who are seeking a more viable theology of God in an ecological age. Beyond the skillful analysis of the thought of two of the foremost trinitarian scholars of our day - Elizabeth Johnson and John Zizioulas - Patricia Fox offers her own original contribution to a theology of God for the new millennium. Here is a trinitarian theology that weaves together the best of the Eastern and Western traditions, pastoral experience, ecological sensitivity, feminist insight, and liturgical commitment. God as Communion advances the kind of trinitarian vision that holds the power to transform Christian life and mission.Mary Catherine Hilkert, OP, University of Notre Dame This book draws upon two creative and authoritative thinkers of our time, deriving from apparently diverging traditions and theologies of the Christian tradition, in order to review synthetically and retrieve constructively an age-old symbol of perennial and ecumenical value.John Chryssavgis, Holy Cross School of Theology, Boston At the heart of this fine book is the passionate conviction that the Trinity is a liberating and practical doctrine. Patricia Fox crosses over the differences between East and West, feminist theology and classical tradition, Elizabeth Johnson and John Zizioulas, to bring to life a relational and ecological theology of God as Communion-in-Difference.Denis Edwards, Flinders University