This excerpt from the book The Trinity and the Bible explores the logic of the biblical claim that God is one person and three persons.
Frances Young has provided an invaluable introduction to 4th and 5th-century theology from which both graduate students and beginners will benefit.
The Nicene Faith is a significant but theologically problematic survey of the major works and thinkers surrounding Nicaea and 4th-century theology.
William's Arius is a significant work in Patristic scholarship and has enduring value for the student and scholar studying this period.
[Continued from Part 1, here.] As an example of the significance of limiting concepts, let us first consider the Trinity. God has given us in Scripture adequate attestation that our reasoning is trustworthy and the law of non-contradiction is presupposed in Scripture and human reason. Foundational to the Bible is the claim of Monotheism: Yahweh alone … Continue reading Limiting Concepts and Biblical Logic – Part 2