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Published by 1st Books Library .
Written in English

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  • Religion & Beliefs,
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  • Religion,
  • Christian Theology - Apologetics,
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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8397020M
ISBN 10140339959X
ISBN 109781403399595
OCLC/WorldCa472526491

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Orthodox Christian theology has always affirmed that the one true God is triune in nature. This triune God (or Trinity) began to allude to this aspect of His nature right in Genesis – There we read that “ God said, ‘Let us make man in our image’ God created man in His larep-immo.com: Bodie Hodge. Dec 20,  · Our Triune God: Living in the Love of the Three-in-One [Philip Ryken, Michael LeFebvre] on larep-immo.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. For many of us, the idea of the Trinity feels nebulous and abstract―or even worse, irrelevant. While we may believe this doctrine/5(16). The term "immanent Trinity" focuses on who God is; the term “economic Trinity” focuses on what God does. According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, The Fathers of the Church distinguish between theology (theologia) and economy (oikonomia). "Theology" refers to the mystery of God's inmost life within the Blessed Trinity and "economy. The Triune God book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The theology of the Trinity is undergoing an intense renewal filled with a 4/5.

Dec 04,  · How does one approach the Christian doctrine of the Triune God? “Trinity” or any word like it doesn’t appear in the Bible, so how can we call such a doctrine “Biblical”? Fred Sanders, in this volume of the New Studies in Dogmatics series, has taken up the reigns to Author: Alex Aili. Triune God. Triune God – Jesus Introduces the Mystery to His Disciples The triune nature of God is subtly introduced to the disciples when Jesus prescribes the antidote for their anxiety: “You trust in God; trust also in me” (John ). While the workings of the Trinity challenge our understanding, Bible-believing Christians cannot let themselves downplay the Trinity or ignore it. We find the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit each present throughout the pages of Scripture—and each equally deserving of our love and reverence. This book dedicates equal space to examining the qualities and roles of each member of the Trinity, as we. Overview: The aim of this book is right praise of the triune God as we rightly order our language and thinking about Him. Since the center of the doctrine of the Trinity is God’s self-revelation as triune, the Trinity is a revealed truth rather than an invention of the church.

In The Triune God, a volume from the New Studies in Dogmatics series, professor Fred Sanders provides a thoughtful, concise, and unconventional treatment of this often misunderstood Christian doctrine, arguing that the way in which the Trinity was revealed is central to making dogmatic conclusions. Sanders interacts with major voices from the history of doctrine, and his arguments are indebted 5/5(2). Bible verses about God Being Triune. God will add to him the plagues described in this book, and if anyone takes away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God will take away his share in the tree of life and in the holy city, which are described in this book. In other words, the Bible makes it clear that God is one God (not three), but that the one God is a Trinity of Persons. In the Old Testament, the Bible implies the idea of the Trinity in several ways. The title Elohim (”God”), for instance, is a plural noun which can suggest multiplicity (cf. Genesis ). Theologian Stanley Grenz here tells the story of trinitarian theology in the last century. He analyzes the remarkable ferment in the discipline and discusses key theologians-such as Karl Rahner, J rgen Moltmann, Wolfhart Pannenberg, Robert Jenson, Elizabeth Johnson, Catherine Mowry LaCugna, Leonardo Boff, John Zizioulas, Hans Urs von Balthasar, and Thomas F. Torrance-on such issues as 5/5(1).