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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Pedro Arrupe, SJ, in his address titled, 'The Trinitarian Inspiration of the Ignatian Charism,' delivered in Rome in 1980: 'The enlightenment at the Cardoner is a virtual summons.
When did we lose a deep understanding of Trinitarian love?
Pivoting on the figures of Justin, Irenaeus, and Tertullian, he traces the emergence, refinement, and decline of the Trinitarian testimony of the Spirit.
Part of the basis of dialogue between trinitarian and Oneness Pentecostals seems to be their acknowledgement in their final report of their mutual reception of the Holy Spirit.
The claim that a strong trinitarian logic underlies Yoder's theology of culture may reflect Parler's own theological sensibilities as much as Yoder's thought that was deeply versed in the biblical narrative.
H.'s overall aim is to demonstrate that "Pauline interpreters ought to return to the 'trinitarian' model when it comes to the task of explicating the identities of God, Jesus, and the Spirit" (1).
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.
Crosby writes, "God's plan for the universe is that Trinitarian and cosmic patterns become embodied in the church and world of today"
Andrews, Sexton examines this thinking, proceeding from the early influence of Wolfhart Pannenberg on Grenz's ideas to the eventual reception of his Trinitarian philosophy by other scholars.