Trinitarian Living…

My friend Steven Wedgeworth has been delving into C.S. Lewis. His discussion led me to think about what I call the de-Trinitariazation of evangelical dialogue. Most of the discussions on incarnational and relational ministry is as Steven writes “a way to remake things in our image.” This thinking generally subtracts Trinitarian living and adds a form of relationality devoid of the Trinitarian covenant. Again Wedgeworth:

The primary relationship of all relationships is indeed that inner-Triune life, what the old Christians called being, however, we know nothing of that relationship until we are properly related ourselves to God.

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About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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One Response to Trinitarian Living…

  1. Religious discourse requires subjectivity acknowledging itself as such, rather than as something more. I recommend the following blog: http://deligentia.wordpress.com/2009/11/03/objective-vs-subjective-a-matter-of-biblical-hyperbole/

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