The book contains my chapter on Gunton and providence, but there are also chapters by Robert Jenson, John Webster, Christoph Schwöbel and others. Bruce McCormack’s commendation appears on the back cover:
These essays are intended to honour the legacy of Colin Gunton. They succeed admirably in that – but they do so much more. Written by a group of close friends, professional colleagues and former students, the writers are united in applauding Gunton’s theological style while (in some cases) registering quite fundamental reservations with regard to his theology itself. The result is a work that evidences a profound respect and gratitude for the honouree while thinking with and beyond him. To do theology with Gunton’s friends is to be drawn, once again, back into the warm fellowship that was King’s College in the 1980s and 90s – while looking forward to new challenges. This is a book to be cherished.