Theological Models of the Doctrine of the Trinity

by James Henry Owino Kombo

Dr. Kombo brings a unique and valuable contribution to understanding the Trinity and how God can be understood within the context of any culture and language. He recognises and brings into focus God’s self-presentation in Scripture. Kombo interacts with how various traditions viewed God and their interpretation of the Trinity including a distinctly African view of God from the Luo language tradition, and emphasises the benefits of considering alternative models of interpretation from various regions of the world.


About the Author

James Henry Owino Kombo (PhD, Stellenbosch University) is a Kenyan Anglican minister and Professor of Theological Studies at Daystar University, Nairobi, Kenya. His outstanding publications include The Doctrine of God in African Christian Thought (Leiden: Brill, 2007) and Theological Models of the Doctrine of the Trinity: The Trinity, Diversity and Theological Hermeneutics (Carlisle, UK: Langham Global Library, 2016). Though focused on theological studies, Prof. Kombo continues to serve in the senior management of Daystar University, having been Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic Affairs) for ten years and acting Vice-Chancellor since November 2015. He is an active member of the Africa Society of Evangelical Theology (ASET) and editor of the Africa Journal of Evangelical Society. James is married to Pamela and together they have three children: Leonida, Philip and Samuel.

Book Information

  • Author: James Henry Owino Kombo
  • ISBN: 9781783689064
  • Category: Academic
  • Region: World
  • Publisher: Langham Publishing
  • Publishing Date: 08/30/2016
  • Number of Pages: 148



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