Daily Archives: May 26, 2010

Incomprehensible Jargon

Darrel Johnson in his Experiencing the Trinity writes that Thomas Jefferson wanted to do away with the Trinity because of the “incomprehensible jargon of  Trinitarian arithmetic.” Jefferson wanted to go back to the simple doctrine of Jesus. The problem, writes … Continue reading

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Foxy News

Doug Wilson’s article on the Washington Post is terrificly rich and risky. Read it.

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Living in the Trinity

The trinitarian unity of the Son and the Father through the Spirit is a model for the relationships of men and women in the Spirit of Christ. The unity of the Church resides neither in the monarchy of God, nor … Continue reading

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Necessary Suffering

Jurgen Moltmann writes: Even more important, however, is the recognition that if Jesus were not “God’s son,” if God were not “in him,” then his suffering would have no divine meaning for the redemption of the world. It would disappear … Continue reading

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