Philadelphia, PA : Fortress Press, c1986.
x, 164 p.; 22 cm
This book provides a demonstration that the difficult notion of the Trinity is alive and well, although not in places that one may have expected. It flourishes in a mythology recovered from an ancient pagan past and, surprisingly, in secular poetry and drama of our own time, even though it is often neglected in popular piety and in academic theology.
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