Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In theology, the doctrine that the second and third persons of the Trinity are inferior to God the Father as regards order only, or
- n. as regards essence.
- n. The former doctrine is considered orthodox, the latter is that of the Arians and others.
“According to their teaching it is no longer God who reveals Himself in Christ, but the Logos, the inferior God, a God who as God is subordinated to the Highest God inferiorism or subordinationism.”
“Some in their attempt to avoid subordinationism make all every person subordinate to every other.”
“One of the most disturbing trends in Trinitarian theology is the massive resurgence of a new subordinationism, usually called 'functional subordinationism'.”
“It is often justified by saying that it isn't an ontological subordinationism.”
“Word, and for the subordinationism of Justin's theology.”
“Extended further and with every trace of subordinationism corrected, it is sung by the Byzantine Church at the Orthros.”
“Eternal economic subordinationism is heretical, just as the more frequently espoused eternal ontological subordinationism is, despite the tragic fact that some patriarchalists (like Bruce Ware, not Bill) now espouse the former.”
“Do you have any more specific commentary on the content, specifically about subordinationism and latter-day use of "Arianism"?”
“The reference to subordinationism theology is also rather vague.”
“More importantly, against ontological subordinationism, Bulgakov argues that the hypostases "do not have any origin," nor are the hypostases constituted by their intra-trinitarian relations, as the West argues (e.g., the Father is fatherhood, etc.).”
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