The Triune God of Christian Faith

The Triune God of Christian Faith

The Triune God as Source and Challenge for Our Relating in Mutuality It follows from what we have said that our halting words in speaking of the triune God are truest when they foster this kind of equality and mutual respect and love ...

Author: Mary Ann Fatula

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 0814657656

Category: Religion

Page: 132

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"A Michael Glazier book." Includes bibliographical references (p. 119-123) and index.
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Concerning the Triune God

Concerning the Triune God

dead and become the Spirit to enter into them, He would then be in them and bring them into all reality to enjoy the Triune God. We cannot therefore simply use our mind to understand the mystery of the Father, Son, and Spirit.

Author: Witness Lee

Publisher: Living Stream Ministry

ISBN: 9780870830402

Category: Trinity

Page: 27

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Categories: Trinity

The Triune God

The Triune God

The Triune God and the Person and Work of Christ : Based on and Compiled from the Writings of Watchman Nee and Witness Lee Living Stream Ministry. to drink one Spirit.” First Corinthians 12:3 says, “No one can say, Lord Jesus, ...

Author: Living Stream Ministry

Publisher: Living Stream Ministry

ISBN: 9780870835223

Category: California

Page: 136

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Categories: California

The Triune God

The Triune God

This long-standing series provides the guild of religion scholars a venue for publishing aimed primarily at colleagues.

Author: E. L. Mascall

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9780915138968

Category: Religion

Page: 86

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Communion with the Triune God

Communion with the Triune God

For Torrance, salvation is grounded in the Communing and Communal being of the Triune God, whose perfection and fullness of love “will not be confined within the Godhead but freely and lovingly moves outward toward others whom God ...

Author: Dick O. Eugenio

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781630872991

Category: Religion

Page: 264

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The revival of Trinitarian studies in the twentieth century ushered in a new era of theological innovation. The renewed and dedicated articulation of the Trinity as a doctrine in its own right is indeed noteworthy, but more important and praiseworthy are the recent endeavors of theologians in integrating the doctrine of the Trinity with other Christian doctrines and with the many variegated aspects of the life and ministries of the church. Today, it is common to encounter the term "Trinitarian" being used as a modifier: Trinitarian worship, Trinitarian ecclesiology, etc. This book presents Thomas F. Torrance as a participant theologian in this integrative paradigm. Because Torrance argues that the Trinity is "the ground and grammar of theology," his doctrine of salvation is consistently Trinitarian. But how did he formulate his unique Trinitarian soteriology? This book attempts to spell this out.
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Pannenberg on the Triune God

Pannenberg on the Triune God

There is very much to commend in ST's account of the being and action of the triune God. In answer to our second question, how far Pannenberg's theology has been successful in fulfilling his trinitarian ambitions, we must state that ...

Author: Iain Taylor

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9780567431738

Category: Religion

Page: 240

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This book treats Pannenberg's stated ambition to write 'a theology more thoroughly Trinitarian than any I know of'. It evaluates it by answering two questions: What does Pannenberg mean by his theology being thoroughly Trinitarian? How far has his subsequent work, especially Systematic Theology, been successful in realizing his stated goal?
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The Triune God and Mission

The Triune God and Mission

He emphasizes that God is acknowledged in a special way as the triune God, namely the Father as Father of the LORD Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit. God lives in this community in a much stronger relationship than any other ...

Author: Pieter Verster

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781666736250

Category: Religion

Page: 175

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The wonderful love of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit makes mission possible. A deep christological view of mission must be taken. The offices of Christ, namely his Kingly, Priestly, and Prophetic offices undergird mission. Glorious salvation is then possible. The Holy Spirit confesses that Christ is Lord. The church becomes a vehicle of the love of God through this confession. The Father’s acceptance of the prodigal son is a deep missiological act. In the most challenging times of COVID-19, poverty, and international conflict, mission is radically necessary.
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The Creative Suffering of the Triune God

The Creative Suffering of the Triune God

In so doing, it infers that the model that furnishes the best explanation of the Godworld relationship within an ... In such a model, the finite being of the cosmos finds its place within the infinite Being of the Triune God who bears ...

Author: Gloria L. Schaab

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780195329124

Category: Religion

Page: 252

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Gloria Schaab proposes to respond to cosmic suffering with the recognition that the triune Christian God participates in the sufferings of the cosmos.
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Unity in the Triune God

Unity in the Triune God

In a section of its own, the agreement states the participating churches' faith in the triune God and sets this common ... trinitarian doctrine is evident, which means that the focus is on the triune God's deeds in this world.

Author: Timo Tavast

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781610979016

Category: Religion

Page: 200

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The contemporary trinitarian paradigm in systematic theology has been internationally well-known since the time of Karl Barth and Karl Rahner and, particularly, since the contribution of their famous successors. Many of them, Wolfhart Pannenberg and Robert W. Jenson among others, have intentionally shown in their writings what the general ecumenical relevance of the findings of trinitarianism might be. However, the academic research of ecumenism has not yet fully investigated how ecumenically-oriented trinitarian theology has been factually applied in varying ecumenical relationships and agreements. Unity in the Triune God focuses on the ecumenism of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America with its full-communion partners--the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Reformed Church in America, and the United Church of Christ (1997); the Episcopal Church (1999); the Moravian Church in America (1999); and the United Methodist Church (2009). Together all these ecumenically active denominations have shown in their full-communion agreements that the doctrine of the Trinity and the church's common trinitarian confession are not meaningless relics from ancient times, but rather are dynamic and many-sided ecumenical resources that can be used for several functions in full-communion agreements. The goal of this study is to reveal the differing ways in which to utilize this ecumenical potential of the trinitarian faith.
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The Triune God

The Triune God

An exceptionally clear and engaging presentation of this central Christian doctrine, The Triune God both advances the scholarly and ecclesial discussion on the Trinity and provides an unusually concrete introduction to postliberal theology.

Author: William Carl Placher

Publisher: Presbyterian Publishing Corp

ISBN: 9780664230609

Category: Religion

Page: 176

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In this original, contemporary doctrine of the Trinity, William Placher places the history of theology in dialogue with postmodern philosophy and yields a provocative postliberal interpretation. Placher deftly connects a radical view of God's transcendence with a narrative Christology. His resulting thesis is twofold: first, the doctrine of the Trinity is not a way of explaining the inner nature of God but a way of preserving God's mystery; and second, the Trinity should be presented by showing how Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are one God--moving from the Three to the One, not the other way around. An exceptionally clear and engaging presentation of this central Christian doctrine, The Triune God both advances the scholarly and ecclesial discussion on the Trinity and provides an unusually concrete introduction to postliberal theology.
Categories: Religion