This subject explores the development of the Christian understanding of God as Trinity, from the biblical origins of the doctrine to key historical and theological developments in the first five centuries and also to the rejuvenation of the doctrine in more recent decades. It considers the implications of renewed trinitarian thought for theology, Christian anthropology, ethics, eccelesiology, mission and interfaith dialogue. The subject also critiques the possible misuse of trinitarian theology and its broader impact.
School of Theology
THL111, THL113 and THL215
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