This conclusion presents some closing thoughts covered in the preceding chapters of this book. The book explains the doctrine of the Trinity. Thinking God in light of difference means thinking God in ways which affirm diversity, multiplicity and inclusivity. It means thinking God in ways which support the subjectivity of all women without enforcing logic of sameness and without negating coalitions of solidarity which have been forged. Thinking God as Trinity is thus exposed to be deeply useful for feminist theology on the grounds that it provides a theological logic by which people might signify a non-phallocentric account of difference. Female bodies, rather than being marginalized in relation to Christ are now fully able to identify with Christ on the basis of their own embodied particularity. God envelops Godself as a community of love and as diversity in communion; hence the self-love of God is a love that takes place between the trinitarian persons.