This post by Scot McNight on Trinity is a further advancing of worship-related ideas on the relational Trinity approach of the Eastern tradition. He launches from the book Trinity by Olson and Hall.
As contemporary worship songwriters, we should be working on crafting songs that amplify the ideas noted in Scot’s blog post. In my estimation, the relational concept of Trinity, and the pneumatology is spawns, is “what the world needs now” in its understanding of the Deity of the Christian community.
I’m also interested in Volf’s book on Trinity, as I’m curious to his take and the others he’s listed.