Why is the order of the Trinity always discussed in terms of Father, Son, and then the Holy Spirit? Why not the other way around: Holy Spirit, Son, and Father? 669 more words
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Regular thoughts on the oft-neglected Old Testament Lectionary passages.
Here it comes again – the Sunday preachers love to hate. How do we help people to understand the mystery of the Trinity? 507 more words
In her recent article, “Afterword: Relational Ontology, Trinity, and Science,” in the volume The Trinity and an Entangled World ed. by John Polkinghorn, Sarah Coakley enumerates what she calls three general “waves” of Trinitarian theology in the twentieth century. 1,907 more words
Having spent the better part of four (now almost five) years studying Patristic and Medieval theology, one of the most reoccurring themes I encounter from new classmates and my students when I get the opportunity to teach, is the “Hellenization thesis.” I wrote about this 1,633 more words