Trinitarian theology is a "summary label" for an approach to theology where the Trinity is the originating impulse and organizing principle for other doctrines of the Christian faith. As Christoph Schwöbel has stated, "it is difficult to point to any one area of theological reflection that is not potentially affected by being viewed from a trinitarian perspective." [^1]

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[^1]: Christoph Schwöbel, "Introduction: The Renaissance of Trinitarian Theology: Reasons, Problems and Tasks", pp. 1-2 in Trinitarian Theology Today, ed. Christoph Schwöbel. T&T Clark, 1995.