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trinitarian controversy in the fourth century

David K. Bernard

trinitarian controversy in the fourth century

by David K. Bernard

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Published by World Aflame Press in Hazelwood, MO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trinity -- History of doctrines -- Early church, ca. 30-600.,
  • Trinity.,
  • Oneness doctrine (Pentecostalism)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David Bernard.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT109 .B47 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination76 p. ;
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1407887M
    ISBN 101567220096
    LC Control Number93016363

      Basil of Caesarea’s debate with Eunomius of Cyzicus in the early s marks a turning point in the fourth-century Trinitarian controversies. It shifted focus to methodological and epistemological disputes underlying theological differences. This monograph explores one of these fundamental points of contention: the proper theory of by: 9. A Brief Introduction to the Trinitarian Controversy: Triumph of Orthodoxy in the Fourth Century A Brief Introduction to the Trinitarian Controversy: Triumph of Orthodoxy in the Fourth Century SKU: $ Unavailable per item The Doctrine of Trinity is everywhere in the lives and worship of the believers: we sing, read, meditate and pray and.

    Arianism After Arius: Essays on the Development of the Fourth Century Trinitarian Conflicts. Michel R. Barnes, Daniel H. Williams. T&T Clark, - Religion - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Michael Slusser. 3. Lewis Ayres offers a new account of the most important century in the development of Christian belief after Christ. He shows how the doctrine of the Trinity was developed, and in particular argues that a conception of God's mysteriousness and spiritual progress towards .

    This article offers a nuanced account of the fourth-century Trinitarian controversies. It shows how the fundamentally exegetical controversies began with Arius' insistence on the unique divine prerogatives of the Father and continued with decades of debate over the appropriateness of the word homoousios, which had been rejected by third-century synods in Antioch because of concerns about : J. Warren Smith. The first part of Nicaea and its Legacy offers a narrative of the fourth-century trinitarian controversy. It does not assume that the controversy begins with Arius, but with tensions among existing theological strategies. Lewis Ayres argues that, just as we cannot speak of one `Arian' theology, so we cannot speak of one `Nicene' theology either, in or in /5(10).


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The Trinitarian Controversy in the Fourth Century is a sequel to Oneness and Trinity, A.D. by David K. Bernard, which Word Aflame Press published in It relies upon the evidence in that book regarding the doctrinal beliefs and developments of the second and third : $ The Trinitarian Controversy In The Fourth Century book.

Trinitarian controversy in the fourth century book reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(30). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Sequel to: Oneness and Trinity, A.D. Description: 76 pages ; 21 cm: Responsibility. The Trinitarian Controversy in the Fourth Century [Bernard, David K.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Trinitarian Controversy in the Fourth CenturyAuthor: David K. Bernard. The Arian controversy was a series of Christian theological disputes that arose between Arius and Athanasius of Alexandria, two Christian theologians from Alexandria, most important of these controversies concerned the substantial relationship between God the Father and God the Son.

The deep divisions created by the disputes were an ironic consequence of Emperor Constantine's. The first part of the book offers a new narrative of the fourth-century Trinitarian controversies.

It takes forward modern revisionary scholarship, showing the slow emergence of the theologies that came to constitute pro-Nicene orthodoxy. Ancient heresiological categories, such as ‘Arian’ and ‘Neo-Arian’, are avoided while the unity of ‘Nicene’ theologies is not : Lewis Ayres.

About the middle of the eighteenth century there was a revival of one phase of the Trinitarian controversy. A movement arose to procure the abolition of subscription to the Articles and Liturgy. The spread of Unitarian opinions among the clergy is said to have originated this movement, though probably this was not the sole cause.

Your Cart Is Empty. CONTINUE SHOPPING. Hello, Log In Create an Account. An Approach to Fourth-Century Trinitarian Theology. Author: Lewis Ayres; Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand ISBN: Category: Religion Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The first part of Nicaea and its Legacy offers a narrative of the fourth-century trinitarian controversy.

ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (viii, pages). Contents: Introduction. The Biblical background --The second Apostolic fathers ; The Apologists ; Irenaeus of Lyon --The third hianism ; Hippolytus and Tertullian ; Novatian ; Clement of Alexandria ; Origen --The fourth century.

Eventually a controversy about whether or not the Messiah was God did break out, but it was in Egypt not in Judea, in the early fourth century not in the first century. This controversy was so severe that no less than 25 councils met specifically to address this issue between AD and had little to do with Arius or his views.

This book is a massive page study of Nicaea, Athanasius, & the Cappadocians and is the finest and the most exhaustive treatment of the theology of the Trinitarian controversy.

Lewis Ayres, Nicaea and Its Legacy: An Approach to. The trinitarian controversy in the fourth century by David K. Bernard; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Trinity, Oneness doctrine (Pentecostalism), History of doctrines; Times: Early church, ca.

The church of the fourth century inherited a tradition of Trinitarian discourse that was pervasively embedded in its worship and proclamation, even if it was lacking in conceptual definition. Origen was the greatest and most influential theologian of the third century, whose teaching cast a large shadow on the Trinitarian controversies of the Cited by: 4.

In Spite of Hegel, Fire and Sword-- Epilogue: On Teaching the Fourth Century. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary The first part of Nicaea and its Legacy offers a narrative of the fourth-century trinitarian controversy.

It does not assume that the controversy begins with Arius, but with tensions among existing theological strategies. The Quest for the Trinity attempts to correct this trend by providing a faithful retelling of the history of Trinitarian thought.

Holmes begins the narrative by surveying some major Trinitarian works of the twentieth and twenty-first century, namely those of Karl Barth, Karl Rahner, John Zizioulas, Wolfhart Pannenberg, Jürgen Moltmann, and. The first part of Nicaea and its Legacy offers a narrative of the fourth-century trinitarian controversy.

It does not assume that the controversy begins with Arius, but with tensions among existing theological strategies. Lewis Ayres argues that, just as we cannot speak of one `Arian' theology, so we cannot speak of one `Nicene' theology either, in or in /5(1).

The Trinitarian theology of Eusebius is one of the crucial problems of the history of theology of the fourth century. It is often assumed that Eusebius’ theology is a kind of standard theology, which was shared by many Eastern bishops in the fourth century.

The first part of Nicaea and its Legacy offers a narrative of the fourth-century trinitarian controversy. It does not assume that the controversy begins with Arius, but with tensions among existing theological strategies/5(11). INCOMPREHENSIBILITY OF GOD AND THE TRINITARIAN CONTROVERSY OF THE FOURTH CENTURY From the very beginning of Christianity, there were two coexistent and mutually complementary currents: one of them spoke about a close God that had manifested himself in Jesus; the second one told about a transcendent God that exceeded all categories of cognition.

Consequently it appears that much of earlier fourth-century Trinitarian controversy was fought on the assumption of a direct correlation between names and their referents. Once again, then, Basil’s intervention seems to have moved that debate forward by virtue of his suggestion that all names refer to properties, not substances by: 1.Nicaea And Its Legacy: An Approach to Fourth-century Trinitarian Theology, Paperback by Ayres, Lewis, ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US Lewis Ayres offers a new account of the most important century in the development of Christian belief after Christ/5(64).

The first part of Nicaea and its Legacy offers a narrative of the fourth-century trinitarian controversy. It does not assume that the controversy begins with Arius, but with tensions among existing theological strategies/5(73).