A fascinating exposition of the history of the Trinitarian formula used today exploring origins of the language used in Greek and modern English as well as scriptural exegesis and early-Church history to enable us to enter into a more profound relationship with the mystery of God. Our understanding of ‘person’ is examined to great effect as well as modern approaches to the word ‘love’. Tom spends time showing how it took 3 centuries of debates about the mystery of God before coming to some clarity around the relationship we identify as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. This talk challenges our simplistic ideas of the Trinity opening us to a deeper more profound appreciation of the great mystery of God.
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