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A brief and dispassionate view of the difficulties attending the Trinitarian

Josiah Tucker

A brief and dispassionate view of the difficulties attending the Trinitarian

Arian, and Socinian systems; ... By Josiah Tucker, ...

by Josiah Tucker

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Published by printed by R. Raikes in Glocester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 3862, no. 11).

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 3862, no. 11.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination23,[1]p.
Number of Pages23
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Open LibraryOL16986055M

  31 Gunton, Promise of Trinitarian Theology, chapter 3 (pp. ; in the book’s second edition of , only the chapter’s page numbers seem to have been altered). Page 12 of . 1 An antecedent is a word to which a pronoun refers. For example, John is the antecedent of his in the following sentence: John took his hat to the game. His is a pronoun which refers to the antecedent, this study we will focus on pronouns which have the holy Spirit as their antecedent. For example, in Matthew Spirit is the antecedent of which: For it is not you who speak, but.

The article will proceed in three sections. First, non-Trinitarian proposals of Spirit Christology will be surveyed. In this section, a brief examination of the ancient Christological heresy of adoptionism will be followed by a survey of a representative contemporary proposal of non-Trinitarian Spirit Christology. Trinitarianism is the theological belief in Christianity that God is a Trinity. The Trinity is the teaching that there is only one God in all existence and that God exists in three distinct, simultaneous, co-eternal, co-powerful persons known as the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

A Brief and Dispassionate View of the difficulties attending the Trinitarian, Arian and Socinian Systems, etc. Josiah TUCKER (Dean of Gloucester.) Free. Review of Lord Vis. Clare's Conduct as Representative of Bristol. Josiah TUCKER (Dean of Gloucester.). A brief and dispassionate view of the difficulties attending the Trinitarian Arian, and Socinian systems; By Josiah Tucker, by: Tucker, Josiah, Published: ().


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A brief and dispassionate view of the difficulties attending the Trinitarian by Josiah Tucker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A brief and dispassionate view of the difficulties attending the Trinitarian: Arian, and Socinian systems ; occasioned by the Fierce Controversies now on Foot in divers Parts of the Kingdom respecting those Subjects ; and designed to assist candid, humble, and modest inquirers in their searches after Gospel Truths.

By Josiah Tucker, D.D. Dean of Glocester. It is apparent that Trinitarian scribes consistently changed the text to make it more Trinitarian.

[1] The evidence shows that these changes were not accidental, but done purposely. This appendix (This article was taken from our book One God & One Lord.) is a sampling of some of the clearer changes that have been made to Greek manuscripts to.

Rather, you must show that your non-Trinitarian view is the best reading of more biblical texts than can be claimed on the Trinitarian side.

Of course, everyone is likely to run into a text or two that is more difficult to cohere with their position, but the right view will have fewer of these difficulties. Footnotes to the Pneuma Table 1 on God’s Spirit. 1 Pronouns in general are confused in the KJV, as it’s handling of Matthew and Mark exemplifies.

The same feminine word for fig tree is used in both verses, but it is referred to as her in one verse, but his in another.

How these translators could have justified using his and her interchangeably in this case is an interesting puzzle. A Brief and Dispassionate View of the difficulties attending the Trinitarian, Arian and Socinian Systems, This page deals with the very real PROBLEMS associated with the belief in the Doctrine of the TRINITY -- both in Christianity as a Whole AND in Adventism.

These are SEVERE PROBLEMS and must be addressed by any and all True Followers of Christ AND by those who are interested only in the TRUTH and not in man-made beliefs.

The primary problems with this view are that all three persons of the Trinity are referred to in Scripture as eternal, that the Father and the Son speak to one another in Scripture (Matthew; John ), as well as the fact that there are passages that mention Father, Son, and Holy Spirit together in the same context (Matthew oph Schwöbel, “The Renaissance of Trinitarian Theology: Reasons, Problems and Tasks,” in idem, ed.,Trinitarian Theology Today: Essays on Divine Being and.

This volume explores the development of the doctrine of the Trinity in the patristic church as a result of the Arian controversy: Arius -- Letter to Eusebius of Nicomedia Arius -- Letter to Alexander of Alexandria Alexander of Alexandria -- Letter to Alexander of Thessalonica The Synodal Letter of the Council of Antioch, A.D.

The Creed of the Synod of Nicaea (J ) The Canons of 2/5(1). Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective is a collection of six essays on the person and work of Christ from a Protestant and Chalcedonian perspective. As a work composed of essays by six different authors, the book requires that it be reviewed primarily on a macroscopic level.

a docetic view of Christ (in which he only appeared to be human) or a distinction between the heavenly Christ and the earthly Jesus into whom the Christ had descended. The latter view certainly seems to be that of John’s opponents9 who refused to believe that Christ had “come in the flesh” (1 John ), i.e., as a single human person.

This book includes some very drawn out translations of the earlist trinitarian philosophies. If you are looking to understand the development of the trinity, this is not the book for you. Section 3. Section 4. Section 5. Section 6. Section 7. Other editions - View all. The Trinitarian Controversy William G.

Rusch 2/5(1). 62 This is stated implicitly, e.g., in Tucker, Josiah, Four Tracts, Together with Two Sermons, on Political and Commercial Subjects (Gloucester, ), 41; and explicitly in Tucker, A Brief and Dispassionate View of the Difficulties Attending the Trinitarian, Arian and Socinian Systems (Gloucester, ).

Tucker, Josiah, Tucker, Josiah, Tucker, Josiah Tucker, Josiah, Josiah Tucker Welsh economist VIAF ID: (Personal).

Why do suppose Trinitarian scholars have so many other interpretations of Genesis. Did you know that a singular versus plural interplay occurs at Genesis concerning man as well as God. Don't you suppose the natural reading of Genesis would be to see that the image and likeness of "us" and "our" in this verse is "male and female.".

Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective features six highly respected scholars from schools such as Erskine Theological Seminary, Talbot School of Theology, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

These scholars address an issue that has a significant impact on the way Christians should approach everyday evangelism but is often ignored: the fundamental fact that the 4/5(2).

The view of those who hold that Christ was something more than man, but less than God; less than God, that is, in the highest, and indeed the only proper, sense of the word God.

This, like the preceding view, was held by a great variety of thinkers, and with great divergences, but it passes under the general name of Arianism.

In his chapter titled “Social Trinity and Tritheism,” in the book Trinity, Incarnation, and Atonement, (University of Notre Dame Press, ), Cornelius Plantinga Jr., the current president of Calvin Theological Seminary, argues in support of what is known as ‘social trinitarianism.’ This position is not compatible with the Catholic doctrine of the Trinity, so here I want to show the.

The Trinitarian Controversy Published on: November 9, Author: [email protected] Leave a comment Arius, a presbyter during the early fourth century held the belief the controversial belief that Jesus was a divine creation of God going against the. The Trinitarian problem thesis completely ignores this and rather adopts the odd idea that later generations are the ones we must depend on or otherwise what the New Testament says does not make complete sense.

The simplest explanation for why New Testament Christians did not seem to have a problem with the triad is that it was not a problem. An illustration of an open book.

Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. A Brief History of Trinitarian Thought Audio Preview. the problem of trinitarian thinking is basic for the Christian faith because the one and only God reveals himself in salvation history really as Father, Son and Spirit (p.

).trinitarian problems I document in the theology of religions also encumber attempts to relate trinitarian doctrine to a variety of other contemporary issues including personhood, ecclesiology, society, politics and .