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by Edmund J. Fortman

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  • Author: Edmund J. Fortman
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Westminster; 1st edition (1972)
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Wipf and Stock Publishers, 23 feb 1999 - 406 pagine. This Fortman has presented sensitively, accurately, and compactly. The author sets out "to trace the historical development of Trinitarian doctrine from its written beginnings to its contemporary status.

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Edmund J. Fortman, The Triune God: A Historical Study of the Doctrine of the Trinity. Kevin Giles, "The Evangelical Theological Society and the doctrine of the trinity," The Evangelical Quarterly 8. (October 2008): 323-338. Wipf & Stock Publishers, 1999. Kevin Giles, "Rejoiner to Robert Letham," The Evangelical Quarterly 8. (October 2008): 347-348.

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Fortman, Edmund J. A Systematic Study of the Doctrine of the Sovereignty of Go. Term Paper, Andrews University, Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, 1986. Frame, John . 1939-. The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God A Theology of Lordship. Phillipsburg, N. Presbyterian and Reformed Pub. C. c1987. Irenaeus, the Valentinian Gnostics, and the Kingdom of God (A. H. Book V): The Debate About 1 Corinthians 15:50. Lewiston, N. Mellen Biblical Press, 1992. 19. Hasel, Gerhard F. "The Meaning of'Let Us' in Gen 1:26. Andrews University Seminary Studies 13 (1975): 58–66. God, Time, and Knowledge. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1972.

of the biblical teaching on the Trinity, as well as highlight how false doctrines of the . triune but one God in which the Son is subordinated to the Father, and the Spirit subordinated to. the So. 5 Notwithstanding, n. .

of the biblical teaching on the Trinity, as well as highlight how false doctrines of the Trinity. entered mainstream Christian thinking. The goal is to, first, focus on medieval Christianity, from. caveat, this study is not an exhaustive investigation, rather it is an overview which seeks to. provide a brief survey of church history with special emphasis on how the church’s trinitarian. doctrine developed strictly in medieval times, . Early Post-Apostolic Period: . 5 Notwithstanding, no inequality seems to be implied, since Clement and Origen set out.

Christian Understandings of the Trinity: The Historical Trajectory The Trinity, Diversity and Theological Hermeneutics. James Henry Owino Kombo.

Christian Understandings of the Trinity: The Historical Trajectory. Veli-Matti Karkkainen. Best Practice Guidelines for Doctoral Programs. James Kombo makes a substantial contribution to the age-old theological discourse on the Trinity in a fresh way. This invaluable treatise would make anyone think twice if they had doubts about what new insight could possibly be brought to this well-trodden path. The Trinity, Diversity and Theological Hermeneutics.

The Trinity is a doctrine that God has revealed to humankind through the . The Blue Letter Bible ministry and the BLB Institute hold to the historical, conservative Christian faith, which includes a firm belief in th.

The Trinity is a doctrine that God has revealed to humankind through the Scriptures. It is not the result of human reasoning. This is not the same as the Triune God who has three distinct centers of consciousness. The Blue Letter Bible ministry and the BLB Institute hold to the historical, conservative Christian faith, which includes a firm belief in the inerrancy of Scripture. Since the text and audio content provided by BLB represent a range of evangelical traditions, all of the ideas and principles conveyed in the resource materials are not necessarily affirmed, in total, by this ministry.

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Reviews about The Triune God: A Historical Study of the Doctrine of the Trinity (Theological Resources) (2):
Kulalas
This book traces the history of the doctrine of the trinity beginning with the old testament which has no real hint of a possible Trinity, Many New Testament texts are quoted which allude to a Trinity. The Aoostolic Fathers of the Eastern and Western branches of the first millennial Church are discussed separately, and the Middle Ages are covered. It is especially interesting to learn how recent theologians of a Protestsnt, Orthodox and Catholic persuasion approach the Trinity. The filioque controversy is examined. A highly recommended work. .
Yla
This is a well written historical overview of the development of the doctrine on the Trinity. It quickly goes through the thought of major contributors to the theological development. Unfortunately the book was written a number of years ago, so no recent theologians are included. This book pairs well with "An Introduction to the Trinity" by Declan Marmion and Nieuwenhoven.

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