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The Triune God (New Studies in Dogmatics)

Publisher:
, 2016
ISBN: 9780310491521

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The Triune God aims to secure our knowledge of the triune God by rightly ordering the theological language with which we praise him. It reaches its conclusions about how the doctrine should be handled on the basis of the way the Trinity was revealed. As such, it is a study that offers dogmatic principles for trinitarian exegesis.

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“Trinitarian theology, I argue, is essentially a doxological movement of thought that gives glory to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit by beginning with confession of the work of God in salvation history and then reasoning back to its antecedent principles in God.” (Page 20)

“What we emphasize in calling the Trinity a mystery in the biblical sense is that it was previously concealed but has been revealed in the fullness of time.” (Page 43)

“The missions of the Son and the Holy Spirit are irreducibly verbal, though not exclusively verbal.” (Page 70)

“ the Trinity is in the Bible because the Bible is in the Trinity.15” (Page 44)

“It names him as only-begotten and the filially proceeding and declares that his prevenient glory is shared with the Father and the Holy Spirit undividedly, consubstantially, and perichoretically, as three persons subsisting in relation.” (Page 26)

Fred Sanders (PhD, Graduate Theological Union) is a systematic theologian and professor at the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University. He is the author of several books, including Wesley on the Christian Life, The Deep Things of God, and Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective.

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