3 edition of A treatise of the Holy Trinity in unity found in the catalog.
A treatise of the Holy Trinity in unity
by printed for John Wright at the Kings Head in the Old-baily in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Consubstantialitie and equalitie of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost|
|Genre||Controversial literature, Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2024:5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 224 p|
|Number of Pages||224|
The treatise of Novatian, On the Trinity by Moore, Herbert, Publication date Topics Trinity Publisher London, Society for promoting Christian knowledge; New York, The Macmillan company Collection pimslibrary; toronto Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor PIMS - University of Toronto Language English. 27 AddeddatePages: Trinity is a clear view of the one God, as we will see later. Trying to deal with the issue of the Trinity apart from Monotheism add up to the difficulty of understanding of the whole issue. This small book is not a theological research in the traditional sense. It is about the meaning of the Holy Trinity in terms of how God reveals Himself to File Size: KB.
In this Trinity there is no intrusion of any alien element or of anything from outside, nor is the Trinity a blend of creative and created being. It is a wholly creative and energizing reality, self-consistent and undivided in its active power, for the Father makes all things through the Word and in the Holy Spirit, and in this way the unity of. The premier volume in an exciting new series of guides to the core beliefs of the Christian faith, The Trinity provides beginning theology readers with a basic knowledge of the doctrine of God's triune e, nontechnical, and up-to-date, the book offers a detailed historical and theological description of the doctrine of the Trinity, tracing its development from the first days 4/5(3).
Symbols and signs: Trinity Symbol, Holy Trinity Christian Holy Trinity The Christian Holy Trinity is seen as: God the Father, God the Holy Spirit, God the Son or Christ Consciousness Unity at Trinity trinity stained glass (art project? Today is Trinity Sunday. Bill, has always said that sharing or preaching on the doctrine of the Holy Trinity. The Unity in the Trinity explained in a popular book is not something new, however. The brilliant Anglican writer Dorothy L. Sayers wrote a small, tightly packed treatise on the Trinity in , in the midst of the war that was devastating her native England and the rest of Europe.
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But in order to intimate the Trinity, some things are separately affirmed, the Persons being also each severally named; and yet are not to be understood as though the other Persons were excluded, on account of the unity of the same Trinity and the One substance and Godhead of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
Chapter —. Book I. The treatise begins with St. Hilary's own spiritual history, the events of which are displayed, no doubt, more logically and symmetrically in the narrative than they had occurred in the writer's experience.
He tells of the efforts of a pure and noble soul, impeded, so far as we hear, neither by unworthy desires nor by indifference, to find an adequate end and aim of life. Augustine’s Theology of the Holy Trinity. This excerpt from Yves Congar’s book “I Believe in the Holy Spirit” (vol.
3, Part B – chapter 1: Augustine) outlines Saint Augustine’s understanding of the person and role of the Holy Spirit in relation to the other two persons of the Most Holy Trinity.
The Treatise of Novatian on the Trinity is divided into four parts—one for each aspect of the Trinity, plus a fourth part examining the Trinity’s unity. This treatise refuted his contemporaries’ heresies regarding Christ’s dual nature and God’s total spirituality.
A Treatise on the Divine Trinity That there is a divine trinity, consisting of father, son, and holy ghost, is manifestly declared in the word, and particularly in these passages, The angel said unto Mary, and shouldest discern therein both a divine trinity and unity, yet in vain wilt thou hope to see the trinity in any other light than.
This treatise of Augustin does not develope the problem upon this point, but it leads to it. In illustrating the Trinity by the ternaries in nature, and especially in the human mind, he aims only to show that trinality of a certain kind does not conflict with unity of a certain kind.
Memory, understanding, and will are three faculties, yet one. BOOK I. The unity and equality of the Trinity are demonstrated out of the Scriptures; and the true interpretation is given of those texts which are wrongly alleged against the equality of the Son.
BOOK II. The equality of the Trinity maintained against objections drawn from those texts which speak of the sending of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Topical Bible Verses. Matthew Go you therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Book XII.
On the Holy Trinity, and of the Godhead of the Holy Spirit. To Eustathius . Treatise on the Most Holy Trinity (Qq )The Procession of the. TREATISE ON THE. In my goal of reading through all of Larry Crabb's recommended reading list he provided at the School of Spiritual Direction, The Holy Trinity: In Scripture, History, Theology, and Worship () by Robert Letham was the third book on the Trinity and far and away the most detailed and scholarly (The first two being Delighting in the Trinity by /5.
Matters of terminology aside, I believe Rahner convincingly presents his argument that the way the Trinity is in its distinct persons, and the way the Trinity acts by those distinct persons in the world, are related.
Perhaps with this explanation more people would, indeed, understand the Trinity without becoming monotheists or tritheists.4/5.
But there remains little doubt that what St. Ignatius wanted to convey was his perception of the Holy Trinity as a triad, St.
Augustine also wrote a six-book treatise De musica (–), be it the mystery of Unity (monody, unison) or Trinity. OCLC Number: Notes: Half-title: Dogmatic theology II. Description: 2 preliminary leaves, iii-iv, pages 21 cm: Contents: The holy Trinity in unity, or the threefold personality of God.
LlS aART Ut vie rvw Ywv. hiyj[j fBE IT REMEMBERED, That on the seventeenth day of January, in the forty-eighth year of the independence of th United Stales of A merica, Smith Shuts, of the said District, have deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof they claim as proprietors, in the words following, to wit: View of the Trinity.A Treatise on the Author: Ethan Smith.
A treatise of the Holy Trinity in unity: Clearly proving Jesus Christ the Son to be the Almighty or most high God. And in like manner vindicating the divinity of the Holy Ghost. Manifesting them both to be coequall and coeternall with God the Father.
Against the blasphemous opinions of John Bidle, the Socinians and Arrians. The Christian doctrine of the Trinity (Latin: Trinitas, lit. 'triad', from Latin: trinus "threefold") holds that God is one God, but three coeternal consubstantial persons or hypostases —the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit—as "one God in three Divine persons".
The three persons are distinct, yet are one "substance, essence or nature" (). Brief Declaration and Vindication of the. Description: Doctrine of the Trinity. At the time when the treatise was published, the momentous doctrines of the Trinity and the Atonement were violently assailed; but it was not so much for the refutation of opponents as for “the edification and establishment of the plainFile Size: KB.
A Treatise On The Character Of Jesus Christ: And On The Trinity In Unity Of The Godhead [Ethan Smith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such. Adult Patristics Study - St. Basil the Great "On the Holy Spirit" 3 In an age when the Church was sorely divided, St.
Basil sought unity. To improve relations between the Christian East and Rome, he enlisted the help of St. Athanasius who had made himself well-known in the West during earlier periods of exile. 1 Corinthians and the Nicene Creed say that the one God is the Father, as we saw in The Definition of the Trinity (part I of this series of pages).They also say that Jesus Christ is the one Lord.
The Athanasian Creed, on the other hand, says all three persons of the Godhead are the one God and all three are the one Lord. Footnotes:  [Written a.d. Although, in order of time, this treatise would be the third, I have placed it here because of its dignity, and because of its importance as a key to the entire writings of Cyprian; for this theory is everywhere the underlying principle of his conduct and of his correspondence.
Translator’s Preface. ———————————— The history of St. Augustin’s treatise on the Trinity, as gathered by Tillemont and others from his own allusions to it, may be briefly given. It is placed by him in his Retractations among the works written (which in the present case, it appears, must mean begun) in A.D.
In letters of A.D., and at the end of A.D.It is in this same year,that Amphilochius, the first cousin of Gregory of Nazianzus and friend and spiritual son of Basil, paid the first of his annual autumn visits to Caesarea (Bishop Lightfoot, D.C.B.
i. ) and there urged St. Basil to clear up all doubt as to the true doctrine of the Holy Spirit by writing a treatise on the subject. St.Augustine gave classic expression to the psychological analogy of the Trinity in which the unity of essence is likened to the rational part of the human soul, composed as it is of “the mind, and the knowledge by which it knows itself, and the love by which it loves itself.” () to which he compares the persons of the Trinity.