Results tagged “Trinitarian Controversy” from Reformation21 Blog

Subordination in Scripture: Indivisible Divine Authority in Mutually Defining Relations

Article by   January 2017
In the previous post in this series, I made some remarks upon the meaning of the term κεφαλή, especially in the context of 1 Corinthians 11:3. Challenging the supposed meaning of this term among certain advocates of the eternal subordination... continue

Proverbs 8:23, the Eternal Generation of the Son and the History of Reformed Exegesis

Article by   January 2017
The debate that raged last year concerning intertrinitarian relations fueled my desire to go back and revisit Richard Muller's volume on The Triunity of God in his Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics (a volume that I cannot commend strongly enough). In doing so, I... continue

Trinity Debate Timeline

Article by   October 2016
For some time now, we've received quite a lot of feedback from Alliance members who are seeking to more fully understand the "Trinity Debate" that has taken place this past summer. Below you will find a timeline of some of... continue

The Eternal Subordination of the Son: The Need for Trinitarian Clarity (Part 2)

Article by   August 2016
In the previous post in this series, we began to consider some of the theological concerns that surface in the teaching of those who hold to a form of the ERAS/ESS position. In this post, we wish to consider these... continue
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