How language reflects the Trinity

Tony introduces 'language' as the archetypal view of the Trinity. He argues that the 'Trinity' is the utterly novel invention of the Christian church - it is an enigma that is unique and central to the Christian belief system. We do well to peer into it. He explains how the doctrine developed in the fourth century, and then how it slipped into neglect after the Reformation. The climax of the talk is the stunning moves Jonathan Edwards made to not only recover the Trinity, but to lift the whole debate to a new breathtaking level. This new view radically reshapes how we look at creation, and ourselves. Listen to the talk with the accompanying Powerpoint slides.

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