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Biblical approach to the doctrine of the trinity

George Angus Fulton Knight

Biblical approach to the doctrine of the trinity

by George Angus Fulton Knight

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Published by Oliver and Boyd in Edinburgh, London .
Written in English

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  • Trinity.

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    Statementby G.A.F. Knight ...
    SeriesScottish journal of theology -- no. 1
    The Physical Object
    Pagination78 p.
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16539579M

      Clearly, Kevin Vanhoozer’s book The Drama of Doctrine: A Canonical-Linguistic Approach to Christian Theology (Westminster John Knox, ) is not for the faint-hearted. It is a hermeneutical tour de force with ample Latin terms pressed into service (scientia, sapientia, habitus, theoria, technē, phronesis, et al., et al., ad nauseam; how about including a Glossary in any future . G.A.F. Knight, A Biblical Approach to the Doctrine of the Trinity. Oliver & Boyd, Oliver & Boyd, C.M. LaCugna, "Re-Conceiving the Trinity as the Mystery of Salvation," Scottish Journal of Theology 38 ():

    The Council of Nicaea defined the Biblical doctrine for the Trinity by focusing on the identity of Jesus, but it was not within the scope of the council to define Jesus’ humanity and the relation of the two natures to each other. The Trinitarian doctrine had significant implications for Christology that was addressed at Chalcedon in A.D. Doctrine of the Trinity This apparent paradox does not mean that there are “three gods in one” but that one God exists as three distinct persons who are coequal, coinfinite, and coeternal, all possessing the same essential nature. Each member of the Godhead-God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit is therefore a separate person, individually possessing identical, eternal.

    But you don't need to have had several years of Bible school to reap the full benefits of Bible Doctrine. It's easy to understandand it's packed with solid, biblical answers to your most important questions. Systematic Theology, Second Edition: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine - eBook () by . A third emphasis in the book is on the performance of doctrine in the church (part 4). The author summarizes this final section of the book as “life bent on performing the Scriptures that attest to the covenant and its climax, the person and work of Jesus Christ” (p. ).


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Editors' Foreword (no page #): "A Biblical Approach to the Doctrine of the Trinity is the first of a series of monographs to be published under the auspices of the Scottish Journal of time to time there come into the hands of the Editors manuscripts which are too long to publish as articles in the Journal, but too short to be published in the usual way as books.

OCLC Number: Notes: New Zealand author. Noted in Bagnall. Description: 78 p. ; 21 cm. Contents: Hebraic thinking about God --Hebraic psychological thinking --Some Hebraic thought categories --The God of fellowship and of Title: Scottish journal of theology., Occasional papers ;, 1.

Responsibility. In the latter part of the twentieth century the doctrine of the Trinity captured the attention of theologians more than any other doctrine.1 At no time in history since the theologically stormy days of the fourth century has there been so much discussion on this topic, and the discussion does not seem to be ending.

Books on the Trinity by Protestant, Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox theologians. wrong in denying that God is a Triune God. The approach of this paper will be first to authenticate the biblical doctrine by presenting biblical statements attes ting to this truth. One reason those who deny the Trinity do so is the Bible clearly teaches monotheism, meaning.

This outline study presents a biblical case for the doctrine of the Trinity, citing roughly 1, references drawn from well over different chapters of the Bible, including references from all 27 books of the New Testament.

While the core aspects of the Trinity are clearly presented in God’s Word, some of the side issues are not as explicitly clear. The Father is God, the Son is God, and the Holy Spirit is God—but there is only one God. That is the biblical doctrine of the Trinity.

Beyond that, the issues are, to a certain extent, debatable and non-essential. The origin of the doctrine of the Trinity is the Bible, although the word Trinity is not used in the Bible. As all orthodox Christians agree, the doctrine of the Trinity holds that God is one essence but three Persons; God has one nature, but three centers of.

Alternative metaphysical frameworks for explaining God’s transcendence and immanence run the danger of overriding the truths of biblical revelation. Endorsements “This book is a valiant and thought-provoking attempt to approach the attributes of God through the doctrine of the Trinity.

The Standards of Doctrine of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. The Preamble. We are an association of Christians who have been called together by God to help the Church of Jesus Christ excel in the ministry of biblical counseling. We do this with the. The Biblical Basis Of The Doctrine Of The Trinity Christian Research Institute Item Preview 1 The Biblical Basis of the Doctrine of the Trinity - 2 The Biblical Basis of the Doctrine of the Trinity - 3 The Biblical Basis of the Doctrine of the Trinity - Get this from a library.

A biblical approach to the doctrine of the Trinity. [George A F Knight]. trine of the Trinity is postbiblical and answers a problem which did not occur to the writers of the NT. The Biblical View of the Spirit In the Old Testament. We still have to consider the biblical view of the Spirit.

In the OT the Spirit (rûah) is primarily the power that comes from. Instead, Warfield argued, “a doctrine so defined can be spoken of as a biblical doctrine only on the principle that the sense of Scripture is Scripture. And the definition of a biblical doctrine in such unbiblical language can be justified only on the principle that it is better to preserve the truth of Scripture than the words of Scripture.”.

Trinity, in Christian doctrine, the unity of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as three persons in one Godhead. The doctrine of the Trinity is considered to be one of the central Christian affirmations about God.

It is rooted in the fact that God came to meet Christians in a threefold figure: (1) as Creator, Lord of the history of salvation, Father, and Judge, as revealed in the Old Testament; (2.

These 11 things you need to know about the doctrine of the Trinity are adapted from his course: 1. The revelation of the Trinity comes with the revelation of the gospel. The doctrine of the Trinity is need-to-know information that we didn’t need to know with any clarity until, as Paul puts it.

The premier volume in an exciting new series of guides to the core beliefs of the Christian faith, The Trinity provides beginning theology readers with a basic knowledge of the doctrine of God's triune e, nontechnical, and up-to-date, the book offers a detailed historical and theological description of the doctrine of the Trinity, tracing its development from the first days of 4/5(3).

Book Overview Number of readings: 2 For most Christians the Mystery of the Blessed Trinity remains just that, a mystery. This book presents to the reader a logical and compelling argument that the scriptures have been used to manufacture and support such a mystery and that from a correct sola scriptura point of view, the doctrine, and consequently the mystery, ceases to s:   All Christians believe the doctrine of the Trinity.

If you do not believe this—that is, if you have come to a settled conclusion that the doctrine of the Trinity is not true—you are not a Christian at all. You are in fact a heretic. Those words may sound harsh, but they represent the judgment of the Christian church across the centuries.

In summary fashion, this book is exegetical at its heart, historically informed, and well thought out from beginning to end. In the prologue, Yarnell lays out the questions that this book seeks to answer. He writes on page viii, “In writing this book, we set out to answer these two questions: Is the doctrine that God is Trinity a biblical Reviews: The TrinityThe Trinity T he complex doctrine of the Trinity is so sim ply wonderful and wonderfully simple as to de-mand a divine origin.

By the Trinity is meant the unity of three per-sons in one Godhead; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Representing God as one, the Scriptures also as-cribe divinity to Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Trinity: Definition and Meaning. Trinity is a theological term to define and describe three-fold doctrine of God; God the father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.; Bible does not contain a word for ‘Trinity’, but the concept of Triune God flows throughout the bible from the Old testament to .In fact, to distance themselves from the Catholic version of the trinity, many Protestant leaders from the 19th century preferred the more biblical term “Godhead” when referring to the triune God.

However, just because an apostate church believes in the trinity, or any other doctrine for that matter, does not automatically make it unbiblical.Biblical Doctrine. Welcome,you are looking at books for reading, the Biblical Doctrine, you will able to read or download in Pdf or ePub books and notice some of author may have lock the live reading for some of ore it need a FREE signup process to obtain the book.

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