Today is Trinity Sunday and the 2010 Trinity Blogging Summit is here! I’m very pleased to host this event for the third year in a row. In each year I read a paper that helps me to grow in my knowledge, love, and appreciation for our Triune God and for that I’m grateful to all the contributors. I am happy to say that the summit is on time this year, and while there have been a hiccup or two along the way, for the most part everything has been as smooth as I could have hoped for. Many thanks to everyone who participated.
Below you will find several diverse papers on different aspects of Trinitarian theology. No two are alike and this only speaks to how great (in the sense of ‘large’ but also in the sense of ‘really good’) the doctrine of the Trinity is! And given my recent following of and interaction with The Great Trinity Debate I have decided to convert an old online debate that I had to a PDF for those interested in such things. I’m pleased to announce the fourth revised edition of my Trinitarian Bibliography, now renamed, “A Trinitarian-Christological Bibliography,” which has nearly 40 pages of additional material. So without further ado:
- Flame of Yah: Trinity and Divine Eros — Peter J. Leithart
- An Introduction to The Letters to Serapion on the Holy Spirit by Athanasius of Alexandria — Brian LePort
- The Knowable-Unknowable Triune God: Gregory Palamas’s Essence-Energy Distinction from the Perspectives of Vladimir Lossky and Catherine Mowry LaCugna — JohnDave Medina
- “My Father is greater than I.” – Jesus. (John 14:28) — Anne Kim
- The Nicene Creed and Trinitarian Pedagogy — Nick Norelli
- The Trinity: Is It or Is It Not Sound Biblical Doctrine?: A Christadelphian/Trinitarian Debate — Searchingone1033 & Nick Norelli
- A Trinitarian-Christological Bibliography — Nick Norelli
And don’t forget my Trinitarian Resources Online page. There you will find a plethora of online resources (written and audio/visual) for studying Trinitarian theology.