Speaking of the Trinity

Lewis Ayres in Nicaea and its Legacy offers a helpful summary of the “pro-Nicene” theology of fourth century church leaders.  The Council of Nicaea (in 325) set out an acceptable manner for speaking of God’s oneness while still affirming his eternal distinctions as Father, Son, and Spirit.  Yet the debate over how best to speak . . .  [for more go to www.cordeo.org.uk]


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