Trinitarian


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Trinitarian

1. a person who believes in the doctrine of the Trinity
2. a member of the Holy Trinity
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John Paul II should give courage to us to continue the Trinitarian spirit of unity, dialogue, listening and reaching out.
asserts that "monotheism" as a newly coined term in the modern period allowed interpreters a new possibility, "to articulate the dynamics of Pauline Christology and theology without having recourse to trinitarian categories" (24).
Main features: Designing graphic charts of seasons 2016/2017, 2017/2018 and 2018/2019 into scenes of Metz and its two divisions: Ola metz federative structure scenesOle pole "music and dance", consisting of the pole arsenalOle room "modern music", made up of rooms and Trinitarian Box music.
He argues that traditional trinitarian theology became too abstract and thus was marginalized, but recently a more dynamic, engaging doctrine of the Trinity for today has begun to emerge.
To this story is added Augustine's psychological model, which patterns Trinitarian processions on the mind's generating a word and love.
As the title of the book conveys, McDermott and Netland posit that a Christian approach to the theology of religions has to proceed from a Trinitarian framework.
Many others, while retaining Trinitarian views, did not wish to make Trinitarian belief a test of fellowship.
First and foremost, according to TTL, mission is essentially affirmation of Trinitarian Life.
Responding to two probable reasons for the paucity of feminist scholarship--the abstract nature of Trinitarian theology and the sexist nature of Trinitarian language--I propose that we use Christology as a lens through which to think God as Trinity.
HARDWICK - Judith Berg Kohn knows that deceased members of the Gilbertville Trinitarian Congregational Church are probably rolling over in their graves.
The book is organized in six sections: Biblical Perspectives; Dynamics of Denominationalism; Reviewing Assumptions; Trinitarian Foundations; Ceremonies Reconsidered; and Recent Trends.
Seymour and the Azusa Street Revival, African American trinitarian and oneness Pentecostal denominations, the role of women in African American Pentecostalism, African American neo-Pentecostals and charismatic movements, Black Pentecostals in majority-white denominations, and the theological challenges of Black Pentecostalism in the twenty-first century.