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The Social Trinity, Ecclesiology and Church Leadership – The Series

How a Social View of the Trinity Can Positively Inform Our Approach to Ecclesiology and Leadership in Today’s North American Church Part 1: Introduction Through dialoging with Leonardo Boff and Miroslav Volf in regard to their understanding of the Social … Continue reading

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The Social Trinity, Ecclesiology and Church Leadership – Part 6

How a Social View of the Trinity Can Positively Inform Our Approach to Ecclesiology and Leadership in Today’s North American Church Interacting with Boff and Volf Both Boff and Volf have a strong view of the social Trinity that informs … Continue reading

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The Social Trinity, Ecclesiology and Church Leadership – Part 4

How a Social View of the Trinity Can Positively Inform Our Approach to Ecclesiology and Leadership in Today’s North American Church Emphasize the One or the Three? Should the emphasis within the Godhead be on the one or the three?  … Continue reading

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The Social Trinity, Ecclesiology and Church Leadership – Part I

How a Social View of the Trinity Can Positively Inform Our Approach to Ecclesiology and Leadership in Today’s North American Church We live in a society where “faith lived ecclesially is being replaced by faith lived individualistically.”[1] People want spirituality … Continue reading

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A Review of Trinity and Society by Leonardo Boff

Leonardo Boff in Trinity and Society makes that case that there are three primary developments of Trinitarian thought, each of which arose to address particular errors predominate in a given culture and time. First, in the Roman culture where polytheism … Continue reading

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