Appeal is often made to the doctrine of the Trinity, yet confusion prevails concerning historic Christian orthodoxy’s teaching on the subject and how it squares with the biblical witness. Within this series, I will present a critique of the family of positions referred to as ‘social Trinitarianism’, where many of these areas of confusion are to be found.
It took a worldwide pandemic to do it, but the whole crew is back together! In this episode, we answer questions sent in by our listeners, on reading the Church Fathers, on whether the incarnation changes God, on how one goes about choosing a denomination, and where theologians come from.
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Steven Duby and Joseph Minich recently joined me to discuss The Lord Is One: Reclaiming Divine Simplicity, a book to which they both contribute essays, which has just been published by the Davenant Press. Steven Duby, associate professor of theology at Grand Canyon University, is also the author of Divine Simplicity: A Dogmatic Account and God in Himself: Scripture, Metaphysics, and the Task of Christian Theology, which was published last week.