New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1987. X, 150 pp.
Contents: The Trinity And Culture explores various understandings of the relationship between the Triune God and the cultures
of earth. It proposes a contemporary restatement of the doctrine of the Trinity as the basis of a Trinitarian paradigm to
guide culture. It assumes that the reader has had or is having some exposure to theology or philosophy. It differs from other
works in that it focuses on the Triunity of God as the ultimate paradigm for human community and culture.