The citation from Brian Daley alone is worth the price of admission. I read Khaled Anatolios’s book Retrieving Nicaea last year and intend to reread it in the upcoming months. It’s one of the best books on the Trinity I have read in recent years. I should have included it in my 2013 best books list, but I simply forgot about it.
*Here is a post I once wrote about a year or so ago at another blog of mine; I thought I’d respost it here
I have become inspired once again to talk about my God. And so I am going to start an ongoing series of posts under the generic title, Who Is the Christian God? I intend on blog inking multiple posts, on an ongoing basis on getting at this question through a variety of modes; either through patristic theology, reformation theology, biblical theology, systematic theology, Christian dogmatic theology, and devotional/reflective theology. I am concerned that there are many Christians who claim to be trinitarians, but then who do not know what this really means. Or, many Christians follow a certain articulation of what it means to be a trinitarian Christian, but then don’t have the critical resource to appeal to, to check whether or not what they…
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