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Shiloh Slomsky coordinates the North Central Michigan College Fab Lab, a high-tech mobile classroom Triune built that travels to schools across the region to deliver STEM programming.
In this latest book, he does not so much search for the triune God as provide a travelogue of attempts to understand it.
Conradie (8) argues that the focus of the gospel is not on the church or the spread of Christianity, but on the triune God's love for the world.
The existence of creatures called into being from nothing by the Triune God is characterized by a contingency marked by movement and place.
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It affirms that the triune God is the God of life and that we are called to participate in the life-affirming mission of the Holy Trinity, itself the source and fountain of mission.
Kristin Johnston Largen reminds the reader that openness to learning from a wide range of religious (and other) sources needs to characterize the approach of the Christian theologian who reflects upon the presence of God who is essentially triune.
In this work, Delio combines insights from quantum physics with process theology to explore the meaning of a Triune God of love who is evolving with and in the universe in Christ toward our eschatological end of full union and communion with God and all of the cosmos.
Security forces had been deployed around the high court in preparation for Musharraf's arrival, the Express Triune reports.
While Simon Oliver's discussion (following Thomas Aquinas and von Balthasar) of how creatures imitate the triune God in their very difference and otherness is stimulating, his desire to treat motion and the creative act as reflections of the Divine life has unfortunately led him to conflate motus and emanatio; whereas Aquinas, when speaking of creation, contrasts the two terms emanation is immediate, can be atemporal, requires no subject, and does not affect the agent.
Second comes The Triune God and Creation; explicating the themes, Knowing God, The Living Acting God, The Triune God and his Counsel, and Creator of Heaven and Earth.
But our Catholic Christian sense of common purpose can be traced back to our belief in a triune God.
The life of the Trinity, as demonstrated in Christ, represents our relatedness as a living image, an icon, of the relationship of the Triune God.
THE TRINITY SECRET: THE POWER OF THREE AND THE CODE OF CREATION goes beyond the usual Christian perspective of the Holy Trinity, offering a probe that presents years of research that began with the authors' discovery that the concept of a trinity or triune nature occurs in all religions--not just Christianity.
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