The Trinity can be a ‘dauntingly abstract concept ‘, says John Moffatt SJ, but it is important for us to use words and images, as far as we can, to explore the truth that it represents: ‘the single origin of all things is in essence relationship’.
‘The name we give to God, The Trinity, marks the depth and height of the Christian knowledge and experience of who God is.’ James Hanvey SJ considers how we might begin to think and speak about the loving relationship between Father, Son and Spirit into which we ourselves are welcomed
Michael Mullins looks at St Paul's Trinitarian theology and the emphasis on community in his writings. What do his letters tell us about the way he structured his own faith and prayer?
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