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Miroslav Volf on Trinitarian Communion

“Because the Christian God is not a lonely God, but rather a communion of three persons, faith leads human beings into the divine communio. One cannot, however, have a self-enclosed communion with the Triune God- a “foursome,” as it were– … Continue reading

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Pastors, Preach the Eternal Security of the Believer

To the believers at Philippi, the Apostle Paul writes, “And I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue his work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns” (Phil 1:6 … Continue reading

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The New Testament Writers were Trinitarian-ly Conscious

I’m convinced that the New Testament writers and early believers had come to believe that Israel’s God had revealed himself as a Triune God—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and that this revelation would shape their lives. How … Continue reading

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Olson on the Trinity: “I’m not certain one must believe it to be a Christian”

In a recent post titled Essentials of Christianity, Roger Olson, while agreeing with Emil Brunner’s “that the doctrine of the Trinity is a defensive formula and therefore very important but not part of the kerygma,” says that belief in the … Continue reading

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