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The Social Trinity, Ecclesiology and Church Leadership – Part 7

How a Social View of the Trinity Can Positively Inform Our Approach to Ecclesiology and Leadership in Today’s North American Church Conclusion Boff and Volf have demonstrated a rich understanding of the social Trinity, in that within God we see … Continue reading

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The Social Trinity, Ecclesiology and Church Leadership – Part 5

How a Social View of the Trinity Can Positively Inform Our Approach to Ecclesiology and Leadership in Today’s North American Church Ontology, Roles, and Perichoresis For Boff, the primacy of love and communion is established in the fact that the … Continue reading

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The Social Trinity, Ecclesiology and Church Leadership – Part 3

How a Social View of the Trinity Can Positively Inform Our Approach to Ecclesiology and Leadership in Today’s North American Church The Social Trinity, Ecclesiology, and Church Leadership “In the beginning is communion.”[1] Scripture and subsequent creeds testify that before … Continue reading

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The Social Trinity, Ecclesiology and Church Leadership – Part 2

How a Social View of the Trinity Can Positively Inform Our Approach to Ecclesiology and Leadership in Today’s North American Church The Ascent of the Social Trinity While the Trinity is a reality revealed in scripture, the doctrine of the … Continue reading

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