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Posts Tagged trinitarian theology


Rightly Dividing The Word – Trinitarian Theology

There are lots of conversation around scriptural interpretation that “start” or “end” with the statement “rightly dividing the word of truth.”  In other words, you need to interpret it correctly.  Typically (not always) those who yell that statement the loudest are those most likely guilty of NOT “rightly dividing” the scripture.  Rather they are allowing […]

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Origen and the Doctrine of the Trinity

Origen (185-254), wrote:  “If anyone would say that the Word of God or the Wisdom of God had a beginning, let him beware lest he direct his impiety rather against the unbegotten Father, since he denies that he was always Father, and that he has always begotten the Word, and that he always had wisdom […]

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Welcome To The Dance

The Fathers of the church spoke of the perichorietic nature of the Trinity. Perichoresis literally means “to dance around.” The Father, Eternal Son, and the Holy Spirit are contantly moving around, toward one another, in a beautiful dance of love, mutual submission, relationship, and intimacy.  Inside that circle there is wholeness, Oneness, union, and eternal […]

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The Mediation of Christ – T.F. Torrence

“God love you so utterly and completely that He has given Himself for you in Jesus Christ His beloved Son and thereby has pledged His very being as God for your salvation . . . He has bound you to Himself by His love in a way that He will never let you go, for […]

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The Trinitarian Faith, by Thomas F. Torrance

Trinitarian Faith: The Evangelical Theology of the Ancient Catholic Faith by: Thomas F. Torrance publisher: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, published: 2000-11-06 ASIN: 0567292193 EAN: 9780567292193 sales rank: 906929 price: $49.95 (new), $44.44 (used) This is the best book I have read on the trinitarian faith. Examines the importance of the Nicene Faith for Christian theology, cutting […]

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Next Person In Line, Please (Video and Manuscript Sermon)

The sermon for this post was preached at the Patterson Avenue Baptist Church on January 13, 2012.  The sermon is titled: “Next Person In Line, Please.” You can watch the 21 minute video of the sermon “Next Person In Line, Please” when you click this hyperline now… …or you can read the manuscript of the message […]

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God is a Gift – Doug Reed (Book Review)

For the last twenty-seven years, Doug Reed has been the pastor of the Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Spring, Arkansas.   If you get a chance, visit the congregation’s website and see the beauty of the chapel’s structure and surrounding.  In addition to being a pastor, Reed has also been the editor of Thorncrown Press for the […]

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God is Love – God is Trinity – God is Dance

“God is love!” So says the scripture.  As such, God is by nature relational.  God is not some abstract omni-being who is the byproduct of post enlightenment thought and theology.  God cannot be described merely by the use of philosophical terms like the “unmoved mover” or “first cause.” “God is Love!” Because God is LOVE – […]

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“The Extent and Efficacy of the Life and Work of Jesus Christ” by James Fowler (Book Review)

It was revival week at the First Baptist Church of my hometown.  The sanctuary was filled to capacity as a rather well-known preacher brought the series of sermons for the week. He spoke of truth (in scripture) using a pithy little phrase:  “God Said It!  I Believe It!  That Settles It!”   The following week, […]

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The Baxter Kruger Book Collection

Jesus and the Undoing of Adam by: C. Baxter Kruger publisher: Perichoresis, Inc., published: 2007-09-01 ASIN: 0964546558 EAN: 9780964546554 sales rank: 209003 price: $4.76 (new), $4.76 (used) Jesus and the Undoing of Adam is straight from the heart of St. Athanasius and the early Church. In this short but powerful book, Dr. Baxter Kruger takes […]

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