Understanding the Trinity

nicaeaDry Bones blogger Kathleen Mulhern uses Retrieving Nicaea: The Development and Meaning of Trinitarian Doctrine by School of Theology and Ministry Professor Khaled Anatolios as a guide and inspiration for her blog exploring Trinitarian spirituality and the history behind the shaping of the Nicene Creed. In 2011, Anatolios was selected as Henry Luce III Fellow in Theology. An excerpt from Mulhern’s blog: “The Trinity is not an obscure theological development that has no real import in the life of a Christian.┬áIts utter incomprehensibility does not mean utter meaninglessness. It is, as Anatolios writes, ‘the space in which Christian life takes place.’” Her 27 posts are all available on Patheos starting here.
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