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Persons in Communion: Trinitarian Description and Human Participation (edition 2010)

by Alan J. Torrance (Author)

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Explores the structure of human participation in the triune life. Focuses on the question of describing the 'members' of the Trinity as 'persons'; how language functions in describing God in such terms; and the underlying models which shape our theological perspective.
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Title:Persons in Communion: Trinitarian Description and Human Participation
Authors:Alan J. Torrance (Author)
Info:T&T Clark (2010), Edition: 1, 400 pages
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Persons in Communion : an essay on Trinitarian description and human participation, with special reference to volume one of Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics by Alan J. Torrance

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Explores the structure of human participation in the triune life. Focuses on the question of describing the 'members' of the Trinity as 'persons'; how language functions in describing God in such terms; and the underlying models which shape our theological perspective.

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