|Other titles||On Trinity Sunday.|
|Statement||by J. Clowes.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 37278.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
Math is not the best way to explain the basic doctrine of the Most Holy Trinity because it uses the approach of trying to explain how three can be one. We all know that “1+1+1=3” but what are we to do when “1+1+1=1?” Trinity Sunday The Trinity is the root doctrine of Christianity because it concerns the inner nature of God. What is the doctrine of the Trinity? According to ’s website, the trinity belief is defined as the belief that the one God eternally exists in three Persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit; and that these three are one God, co-equal and co-eternal, having precisely the same nature and attributes, and worthy of precisely the same worship, confidence, and obedience. We come now to a wonderful opportunity to consider the great doctrine of the inspiration of the Scripture. We’re going to look at the theology category that is called bibliology, the study of the Wo. out of 5 stars Superb book on the doctrine of the Trinity. Reviewed in the United States on July 3, This is a superb book. Professor Molnar argues that because much of contemporary theology fails to recognize and uphold God's freedom, theological language is frequently used to advance the social, political and religious strategies of Cited by:
Artists can reinvigorate our understanding of the trinity using the examples of Rublev’s icon and David Hetland’s stained glass. A Sermon for Trinity Sunday One of the things I was most looking forward to in moving to Surrey Hills was that coming to a Church named Holy Trinity. Trinity Sunday would then be our patronal festival. In my goal of reading through all of Larry Crabb's recommended reading list he provided at the School of Spiritual Direction, The Holy Trinity: In Scripture, History, Theology, and Worship () by Robert Letham was the third book on the Trinity and far and away the most detailed and scholarly (The first two being Delighting in the Trinity by Reeves and Experiencing the Trinity by Johnson)/5(26). The Christian doctrine of the Trinity (Latin: Trinitas, lit. 'triad', from Latin: trinus "threefold") holds that God is one God, but three coeternal consubstantial persons or hypostases —the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit—as "one God in three Divine persons". The three persons are distinct, yet are one "substance, essence or nature" (). Related to the Trinity, the phrase “inseparable operations” has arisen more frequently in recent conversations not least due to the work of scholars like Lewis Ayres and Michel Rene Barnes. Divine simplicity entails inseparable operations, in that a simple being with an intellect and will performs an unified operation whenever he operates.
This is as much as to say that all the evidence of whatever kind, and from whatever source derived, that Jesus Christ is God manifested in the flesh, and that the Holy Spirit is a Divine Person, is just so much evidence for the doctrine of the Trinity; and that when we go to the New Testament for evidence of the Trinity we are to seek it; not. Two Timothy , 17, mentions some of the principal uses and values which the sacred Scriptures possess for us, and the first mentioned is that they are "profitable for doctrine." There is an inseparable connection between doctrine and deportment: our convictions mold our characters—what we believe largely determines how we act—"as he. The orthodox doctrine of the Trinity affirms that God is one in essence and three in person. Contrary to the assertions of Muslims and others, this is not a contradiction. If God were to be one and not one (that is, three) at the same time and in the same relationship, then we would have a logical contradiction. The Implications of the Doctrine of the Trinity on the Christian Life (Part 1) Video and Manuscript Sermon. by billnieporte on Tuesday, May 28th, | No Comments. The Implications of the Doctrine of the Trinity (Part 1) Roman Prolific children’s book author and illustrator Joan Walsh Anglund once said, “Birds do not sing because.