We had our first post here or 6 / 19 / 06 – over 350 posts ago! Thus, we are 5. Ready for Kindergarden, evidently!
Many thanks to J.T. Paasch, Scott Williams, and Joseph Jedwab for their excellent posts! And thanks to the many great commenters here; we’ve had some vigorous discussions, and only very rarely have things gotten a bit too “hot.” You folks are awesome.
A few hastily chosen highlights, in no particular order:
- Some introductory posts on “The” Doctrine: 1, 2, 3.
- The Orthodox Formulas (scroll down).
- Some thoughts on heresy.
- A long series on Richard of St. Victor, source of the social trinitarian arguments that there can’t be just one divine person.
- Some answers about modalism.
- Islam-Inspired Modalism.
- Scott Williams’s posts on the theory of Henry of Ghent.
- Judging a debate been evangelical apologist Rob Bowman (mysterian) and Christadelphian (humanitarian unitarian) Dave Burke.
- “Trinity Monotheism” – the “social” Trinity theory of J.P. Moreland and William Lane Craig.
- Is God a self?
- A few exercises in, um, creative writing: Gnomes, some weird sects, confused World Vision sponsorees, and Stalin’s USSR.
- J.T. Paasch on Arius and Athanasius.
- Sarah Hutton on Plato and the Trinity
- Randal Rauser puts a bullet behind the ear of the time-wasting “Rahner’s Rule”.
- Nothing new under the sun.
- Dealing with Apparent Contradictions.
As always, comments never close. What have I left out?
What sorts of posts to you find the most useful? What can we do to make trinities better? Shorter posts? More contributers? More frequent posts? More linkage? Fewer or more stupid pictures? More or less historical stuff?
Please sound off in the comments.