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  • Trinity and treat this so-called trinitarian view as a very negligible quantity, yet, rightly considered, this is the only view that can satisfy.

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • He demonstrates the profound problems to put it as kindly as possible with the PJP II's major pre-papal theological writings, and with his "trinitarian" encylicals.

    Clarification

  • Chapter 10 articulates a "trinitarian" process theology.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • In other words, there is no doubt that it is possible to read the Gospel of John as a "trinitarian" document in the later Nicene sense.

    Review of Kostenberger and Swain, Father, Son and Spirit: The Trinity and John's Gospel

  • Kostenberger and Swain engage in a "trinitarian" reading of the Gospel, one that, in essence, interprets the Gospel as though the Nicene and Chalcedonian formulations could be presupposed as the text's background.

    Review of Kostenberger and Swain, Father, Son and Spirit: The Trinity and John's Gospel

  • It is crucial to note that 'trinitarian' as an adjective is not used at any point by Clausewitz in

    Chicago Boyz

  • Prussian was that Clausewitz's ideas of 'trinitarian' warfare were outmoded in the modern era.

    Chicago Boyz

  • Consequently, he regards 'trinitarian' warfare based on his revisionist model as only one type of historical warfare and therefore Clausewitz's theories are, if not obsolete, then at least incapable of explaining the full spectrum of warfare either past or present.

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  • There is still no overwhelming consensus on the latter point, mainly as theorising about the present is innately difficult, but most commentators agree that 'trinitarian' warfare persists, despite protestations to the contrary by van Creveld and others.

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  • God even sets up for us, through the writer of Genesis, an understanding of a kind of trinitarian model of relationships for humanity.

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