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Simply God: Recovering the classical Trinity

Simply God: Recovering the classical Trinity
A fresh theological exposition that helps us to think and speak more faithfully about God.
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ISBN/EAN: 9781783591046
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Publisher: IVP
Author: Sanlon Peter
Format: Pbk
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Most contemporary presentations of the Christian God focus on attributes associated with either his 'oneness' or his relationality'. These are often pitted against, and assumed to contradict, one another. Many of the most venerable terms used to describe God's oneness have been forgotten in popular Christian circles - words sucs as 'simplicity' and 'aseity'. Bereft of such concepts, language about God's love and relationality can do little other than settle into a comforting but ultimately shallow and unreliable gesture towards bland niceness. In response, Peter Sanlon offers a fresh, stimulating examination of the triune God who is love. He guides us through the classical theological tradition of Augustine, Anselm and Aquinas - aiming to help us think and speak more faithfully about God.
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