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Here, De Moor wrestles with the Trinitarian Terminology of the Greek Christians.
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Get your thinking cap on...
Some theologians have denied that "person" is anything other than a mere negation of actual communication. Here, De Moor argues that "person", as applied to the Doctrine of the Trinity, is a positive concept.
The next section in De Moor is lengthy. Sorry for the delay. It is almost ready...
Here, De Moor analyses Marckius' definition of "Personality" as it is applied to the Doctrine of the Trinity.
On the relationship of Essence and Person in the Trinity, Calvin and Alting are fairly accessible.
Although the historic Trinitarian vocabulary has been frequently criticized, it has proven remarkably durable, and has never been improved upon.
Here, De Moor defends the ongoing usefulness of this ancient terminology.
Foundations of the Doctrine of the Trinity: De Moor asserts the Unity of the Divine Essence.
Having established the Unity of the Divine Essence, De Moor here defends modal distinctions between the Three Divine Persons.