Few Christians can talk about the Trinity clearly or intelligently.
When we ask theologians to speak of the doctrine in plain terms,
they are not always helpful either. The early ecumenical councils
(Nicea and Chalcedon particularly) attempted to define aspects of
the mystery with precision, but their philosophical language made
it difficult for average believers to understand their
pronouncements. Because of the complexity of trinitarian
terminology, Christianity over the years seemed to lose something
of its monotheistic character. Taylor demonstrates with clarity the
role of the human Jesus in the world's salvation. Theological
Reflections should stimulate new and fresh thinking about the
Trinity's meaning for Contemporary Christians.
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