A Brief History of the Doctrine of the Trinity in the Early Church (TOC)

Cover ImageDünzl, Franz.

A Brief History of the Doctrine of the Trinity in the Early Church

Translated by John Bowden.

New York: T&T Clark, 2007. Pp. xi + 148. Paper. $26.95.

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Thanks to the folks at Continuum for a review copy!

  1. Introduction to the Problem
  2. The Beginnings of Christology
  3. First Models of the Relationship between ‘Father’ and ‘Son’
  4. The Controversy between Logos Theologians and Monarchians
  5. The Concern of Arius of Alexandria and the Reaction of his Opponents
  6. The Intervention of Emperor Constantine and the Council of Nicaea
  7. The Development in the Period after the Council
  8. The Theological Split in the Empire
  9. Serdica — the Failed Imperial Council
  10. Constantius II and the Quest for a Theological Compromise
  11. The Assembling of Neo-Nicenes
  12. The Question of the Holy Spirit
  13. The Council of Constantinople and the Agreement with the West
  14. Prospect

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