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TitleThe Trinity [electronic resource] : East/West Dialogue / edited by Melville Y. Stewart
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 2003
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-0393-2
Descript XVIII, 264 p. online resource

SUMMARY

East/West Summit on the Holy Trinity Held in Moscow - A stellar cast from the Society of Christian Philosophers/West and the Russian Orthodox Church/East met to discuss the mystery of God as three in one. Theologians and philosophers, typically rivals, synergized in their pursuit of truth and understanding regarding this central, unifying Christian belief, demonstrating respective strengths in marvellous complementary array. His holiness Alexei II, Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia extended greetings and Metropolitan Filaret of Minsk set the stage. History still has its shining moments. The next best thing to being there are the papers that were presented and polished for this volume


CONTENT

1. Introduction -- 2. Greeting -- 3. The Revelation of God as Trinity -- 4. Modern Anglo-American Philosophy of Religion -- 5. The Trinitarian Dilemma -- 6. Perichoretic Monotheism -- 7. Trinitarian Willing and Salvific Initiatives -- 8. The Trinity and Personal Identity -- 9. Three Persons in One Being -- 10. The Elements of Triadology in the New Testament -- 11. The Trinitarian Teaching of St. Gregory Nazianzen -- 12. St. Augustineโ{128}{153}s Doctrine of the Trinity in the Light of Orthodox Triadology of the Fourth Century -- 13. Word and Trinity -- 14. The Trinity and Natural Reason -- 15. The Holy Trinity and Non-Christian Triades -- 16. The Dogma of the Trinity and Its Social-Political Implications -- 17. The Doctrine of the Holy Trinity in the Culture and Art of Ancient Russia -- 18. A Triadological Perspective of Church Mission in the Twenty-First Century -- 19. The Holy Trinity: Paradigm of the Human Person -- 20. Glossary of Terms -- 21. Index


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