TH215 Trinitarian Theology

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Trinitarian Theology (TH215) begins by looking at how the doctrine of the Trinity is found in and rooted in the NT. It looks at different ways the NT describes the Trinity. It then briefly surveys the history of Trinitarian theology, looking specifically at some early heresies that helped focus the church’s theology of the trinity. The course discusses important categories of Trinitarian theology, describes the difference between the ontological and the economic Trinity, and develops the concept of perichoresis—the mutual indwelling of the Father, Son, and Spirit in the life of God.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

4m

The Trinity: Unique to Christianity

Graeco-Roman Polytheism and Jewish Monotheism: Framework for Trinitarian Theology

Graeco-Roman Polytheism and Jewish Monotheism: Framework for Trinitarian Theology

6m

God of the Gospel

Triune Life of God Evident throughout the New Testament

Triune Life of God Evident throughout the New Testament

7m

A Brief History of Trinitarian Theology

Early Trinitarian Theology and Modalism

Early Trinitarian Theology and Modalism

5m

Basic Categories of Trinitarian Theology

Essence

Essence

7m

Does Trinitarian Theology Make a Difference?

Attributes as Potential or Actual

Attributes as Potential or Actual

8m

Conclusion

Conclusion to the Course

Conclusion to the Course

3m