The Trinity in Christian Theology

The Trinity In the doctrine of the Trinity, we encounter one of the truly distinctive doctrines of Christianity. Among the religions of the world, the Christian faith is unique in making the claim that God is one and yet there are three who are God. Although it seems...

God in Three Persons: The Trinity

How can God be three persons, yet one God? The preceding chapters have discussed many attributes of God. But if we understood only those attributes, we would not rightly understand God at all, for we would not understand that God, in his very being, has always existed...

The Trinity and Tritheism

Article by: Augustus Hopkins Strong, Systematic Theology This Tripersonality is not Tritheism: for, while there are three Persons, there is but one Essence. (a) The term ‘person’ only approximately represents the truth. Although this word, more nearly than any other...

God as Trinity

Article by Robert L. Reymond God as Trinity In the unity of the Godhead there be three persons, of one substance, power, and eternity: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Ghost: the Father is of none, neither begotten, nor proceeding; the Son is eternally...

The Trinity in the Creeds

Article by: Robert L. Reymond Analysis of the Nicene Creed and It’s Christology It was in light of such biblical data as we have surveyed in Chapter Eight that the Christians of the first three centuries—as monotheistic in their outlook as ancient Israel and who...

TRINITY: A Definition, Explanation and History

A commonplace of contemporary trinitarian theology is the priority it grants to the narrative and symbolic discourse of Christian worship and proclamation over the leaner, conceptual discourse of theological theory itself. Theology continues to employ conceptual forms...
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