Andrew Walker: ForewordMurray Rae, Myk Habets, and Andrew Picard (eds.): IntroductionPaul Brazier: Colin Gunton: A Life in TheologyPart 1: Theological ThemesPaul Metzger: Gunton on RevelationPaul Cumin: Gunton on MediationSue Patterson: Gunton on Theological LanguagePaul Molnar: Gunton on the TrinityChristoph Schwöbel: Gunton on CreationOliver Crisp: Gunton on ChristologyMurray Rae: Gunton on AtonementMarc Cortez: Gunton on Theological AnthropologyMyk Habets: Gunton on PneumatologyTerry J. Wright: Gunton on EschatologyUche Anizor: Gunton on EcclesiologyJohn McDowell: Gunton on ModernityAndrew Picard: Gunton on CultureLucy Peppiatt: Gunton on CommunityAndy Goodliff and Paul Goodliff: Gunton on Theology, Ministry, and the Christian LifePart 2: TheologiansDouglas Farrow: Gunton and IrenaeusDemetrios Bathrellos: Gunton and the CappadociansJoshua McNall: Gunton and AugustineRandal Rauser: Gunton and Western PhilosophyMark Thompson: Gunton and CalvinStephen Holmes: Gunton and ColeridgeGraham McFarlane: Gunton and IrvingKelly Kapic: Gunton and OwenPeter S. Oh: Gunton and BarthJeremy Ive: Gunton and JensonEve Tibbs: Gunton and Zizioulas/Eastern OrthodoxyEric Flett: Gunton and T. F. TorranceIvor Davidson: Gunton and JüngelComprehensive Bibliography of Gunton’s Works
There are some big names here and I am privileged to see my much, much smaller name squeezed in among them. I’m also a little nervous, as the essay on eschatology will be the first piece of sustained academic writing I’ve done for quite a few years and I feel sorely out of practice. The aim is to focus on Gunton’s constructive contribution to theology, so this Companion should prove to be a stimulating read on the whole.