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Posts Tagged trinitarian theology


Interview with Professor James Torrance

An interview with James Torrance Following this video you’ll find information about my favorite theological work related to worship, from a Trinitarian perspective, written by Professor James Torrance.  It is well worth the read…and the video is worthy of your review.   Worship, Community and the Triune God of Grace by: James B. Torrance publisher: IVP […]

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A Singing And Dancing God

Sermon from October 6, 2013 at The Patterson Avenue Baptist Church. Based on Zephaniah 3:17, which reads: “The LORD your God is with you, he is mighty to save. He will take great delight in you, he will quiet you with his love, he will rejoice over you with singing.” You can watch the sermon […]

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Did Jesus Claim To Be God?

Did Jesus claim to be God? There are some who reject the notion of Jesus as “God” – rejecting the notion of the Trinity.  They claim that Jesus never claimed to be God.  Now, while the phrase, “Hey, people, ‘I am God!’” was, in fact, never spoken by Jesus – that does not (by any […]

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The Incarnation – Words from T.F. Torrance

“With the Incarnation, God the eternal Son became Man, without ceasing to be God and without breaking the communion of the Holy Trinity within which God lives his own divine life.  In the birth and life of Jesus on earth human nature and divine nature were inseparably united in the eternal Person of God the […]

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The Implications of the Doctrine of the Trinity on the Christian Life (Part 1) Video and Manuscript Sermon

The Implications of the Doctrine of the Trinity (Part 1) Roman 5:1-5   Prolific children’s book author and illustrator Joan Walsh Anglund once said, “Birds do not sing because they have an answer, They sing because they have a song!” Ever since I first heard that statement, it has remained lodged in my thoughts.  As […]

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Being Trinitarian

Being Trinitarian does not simply mean, “Hey, I believe in the doctrine of the Trinity.”  It is not some sort of mathmatic equation like 1 + 1 + 1 = 1, or anything like that.  There are many people who believe in the “doctrine of the Trinity” and regulate it to some sort of “mystery” […]

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Facebook Posts People Seemed To Like For Holy Week 2013

Here are a few Facebook posts for Holy Week that people liked and commented on.  If you are not a part of my Facebook community, click here to join.   I see a lot of people who think they are tipping sacred cows…but all they are really doing is shoveling cow manure. —– “The Bible’s […]

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Jesus is God, the Eternal Son of the Father – and he died

Jesus is the Revelation of God and that He is both fully God and fully human. He is not half of each, but ALL of both. This is a part of what we mean when we speak of the doctrine of the Incarnation.   Jesus is a Human being with two natures and yet without distinction […]

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There are no degrees of Deity in the Holy Trinity

“Of far reaching importance is the stress laid on the Monarchy of the Godhead in which all three divine Persons of the share, for the whole indivisible Being of God belongs to each of them as it belongs to them together. This is reinforced by the unique conception of the co-inherent or perichoretic relations between […]

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Dealing With Sin(S)

The work of Christ  was aimed toward humankinds universal brokenness…not simply toward some laundry list of “sinS” that usually includes everything we don’t do (or hide the fact that we do). The cross aims toward our “SIN” (no ‘S’ at the end of the word). Those who make is a laundry list of “sinS” ARE (biblically) redefining […]

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