Examination of the Problems of Inclusive Language in the Trinitarian Formula of Baptism

Author: Scirghi, Thomas
The recent attempts to change the traditional Trinitarian formula in baptism in order to rid it of masculine language raises questions concerning the nature of revelation and tradition. The study also examines the work of feminist theology which has provided a means for a radical rethinking of religious experience.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents (chapter headings):
Preface; Introduction
1. The Trinitarian Formula as a Datum of Revelation
2. Essential Aspects of Trinitarian Theology
3. Baptism and the Trinitarian Formula
4. The Feminist Critique of the Trinitarian Formula
Conclusion: The Restoration of Religious language
Bibliography, Index