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The TrinityAn Interdisciplinary Symposium on the Trinity$
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Stephen T. Davis, Daniel Kendall SJ, and Gerald O'Collins SJ

Print publication date: 2002

Print ISBN-13: 9780199246120

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0199246122.001.0001

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Anti Social Trinitarianism

Anti Social Trinitarianism

(p.203) 9 Anti Social Trinitarianism
The Trinity

Brian Leftow (Contributor Webpage)

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Brian Leftow compares the ‘Latin’ approach to the Trinity (which takes the fact that there is one God as basic and unproblematic, and tries to explain how one God can be three divine persons) to the ‘Social’ position (which begins with three divine persons and shows how they can be one God). He examines three broad ways that Social Trinitarians use to show their versions of the Trinity to be a version of monotheism. In the end, however, he judges that none presents a doctrine of God, which is both orthodox and monotheist.

Keywords:   Latin approach, Leftow, monotheism, Social Trinitarians

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