The Trinity is central to Christian faith, but many Christians have questions about what the Trinity is and why we believe in a trinitarian God. In Tripersonal God, Gerald O'Collins examines the roots and development of trinitarian belief, drawing on three areas for reflection: - testimony to the tripersonal God in the scriptures - both the Old Testament background and the teachings of Paul and the gospel writers; - the development of trinitarian doctrine from the second-century writers and the early councils of the church through medieval theology and modern challenges; - major trinitarian issues of today, such as naming the Trinity, the distinct personal exiatence of the Holy Spirit and trinitarian imagery.
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Descrizione libro Paperback. Condizione libro: Good. More than minor wear but a good copy. Ex-college library copy with usual stamps etc. but a VG clean copy. Codice libro della libreria HBS-00237773-B