Robert W. Jenson's Ecclesiology (Coming Soon)
Jenson's views are very refreshing, eyeopening, and sometimes quite difficult to grasp but well worth the effort. For instance, Jenson has this to say regarding "the church's triune institution according to each identity's role within." -
"Given the Incarnation, so that the human person Jesus is in fact the Son who lives with the Father in the Spirit, the distinction between the immanent Trinity and the economic Trinity holds only in the same way as does the distinction between two natures in Christ. Therefore the Father's role as unoriginated Originator of deity is concretely not other than his role as the One who sends the Son and the Spirit on their ecclesial missions; the Son's role as the one in whom the Father finds himself is concretely not other than the role as the head of the church that in him finds the Father; the Spirit's role as the one who frees the Father and the Son is concretely his role as the one who frees the Christian community." (p. 173)
Please be patient as I progressively (and probably slowly) post on Jenson's ecclesiology.