Many theologians are speaking afresh of Christ within the context of the Trinity. I am fully persuaded that this is the right direction for the Church. Over the last seven years, I have been struggling to teach theology to college students. I am finding that a christocentric trinitarian matrix holds promise on several fronts. I am moving in that direction, and integrating more and more of my work within that framework.
The Trinity is what makes the gospel possible; it is what distinguishes orthodox Christianity from every other religion, philosophy, or worldview; it is what shapes the believer's experience within the community of faith. A careful integration of relational theology within a trinitarian matrix, centering on God's redeeming self-revelation in Christ, can be amazingly fruitful. Welcome to the conversation!