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June 10, 2019

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Bill Uetricht


Always good. It seems to me the kinds of fights that happened in the church at the time of Athanasius were rooted in Greek ways of thinking, which always emphasized essence at the expense of the existential. Hebrews were much more dynamic in their thought. How in the heck from our vantage point can we understand the essence of the relationship of the members of the Trinity? We can, however, be recipients of the dynamic love and ego-lessness that flows from the fullness of what we mean by God.

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