"Steve Wright’s use of my thinking is both imaginative and faithful—a rare combination. Whether as a constructive proposal or as Jenson-interpretation, I recommend it without reservation."
—Robert Jenson, Professor Emeritus of Religion
St. Olaf College
"We have long needed writing that takes beauty seriously and, at the same time, engages with the rich Trinitarian grammar of faith. Wright points us in the direction we ought to be traveling; this book deserves a wide readership."
"Wright, like Jenson, clearly delights in the God revealed gloriously in Jesus Christ. And just for that reason, his reading of Jenson provides the framing and lighting needed to appreciate Jenson’s theology. Drawing attention to Jenson’s witness to the beautifully triune God, Wright has crafted a work beautiful in its own right."
—Chris E. W. Green
Pentecostal Theological Seminary
"This lively, well-written engagement with the work of Robert Jenson is neither excessively critical nor hagiographical. Instead, it wisely weaves that work into a conversation with Barth, Balthasar, and their predecessors in order to develop a constructive theological aesthetics. Wright’s eschatological reflections are particularly compelling."
—David S. Cunningham
Hope College, Holland, Michigan