De Moor on Trinity (cont.)

KMK

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Dr. Dilday (and everyone else). For the moderators, it is helpful when people quote the particular passage or theme of the link that they want to discuss. Bare links require moderators to read the entire linked article or video in order to referee ensuing discussions.
 

dildaysc

Puritan Board Sophomore
Dr. Dilday (and everyone else). For the moderators, it is helpful when people quote the particular passage or theme of the link that they want to discuss. Bare links require moderators to read the entire linked article or video in order to referee ensuing discussions.
Sure thing.
 

dildaysc

Puritan Board Sophomore
In the study of Theology, Church History is of great help. Indeed, its value can hardly be expressed.

It is easy for us to think that we have come up with some great new idea, or unparalleled theological insight. However, it is in History that we get to see (from the safety of the sidelines) theological ideas put to trial. Most theological ideas aren't really new. They have been put to trial at some put in history. So, how did that idea stand the rigors of examination?

Paul Maty failed to learn that lesson...to his peril (see here).
 

dildaysc

Puritan Board Sophomore
Coming very soon: De Moor's defense of the Doctrine of the Eternal Generation of the Son against the Socinians.
 

PezLad

Puritan Board Freshman
Augustine explains that the Father “begot [the Son] timelessly in such a way that the life which the Father gave the Son by begetting him is co-eternal with the life of the Father who gave it . . .” (De trin. XV.47, 432, italics mine).21 Thus, we should not think of the generation of the Son like “water flowing out from a hole in the ground or in the rock, but like light flowing from light” (De trin. IV.27, 172).22 The Son’s “light” is equal in its radiance to “light” of the Father.
 
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