Abstract and Keywords
This article examines the extent to which the Christian doctrine of God as Trinity has gained intelligibility in the light of the philosophy that has predominated in the English-speaking academy for the last fifty years. It highlights the surprisingly limited interactions of theologians with the analytic philosophy that has dominated English-speaking universities for the past half-century. It suggests that analytic philosophy has had little obvious impact in Christian theology and mentions the emergence of “analytic theology”.
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