Thinking Aloud 13 – Subordination in the Trinity?

We’re back with another episode, this time chatting with Hefin Jones about the discussion amongst complementarian evangelicals over the question of the eternal (or not) submission (or otherwise) of the Son to the Father. Heavy stuff? Perhaps, but we’ve worked hard to help you get your head around it… Podcast: Play in new window | […]

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“in the same way” – a hard question for us all

This blog post should be read in conjunction with “some closing thoughts” edit (7 March 2015): Thank you for the many helpful comments over the past few days. I’m particularly grateful for the sustained and direct engagement in the comments on my handling of “in the same way”, particularly with working out what the referent […]

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My Submission on Submission

  This is going to be a lengthy one. Pour yourself a long drink and settle down. Another reactionary frenzy of criticism of the Anglican Diocese of Sydney is underway here in Australia, triggered by some minor changes to wedding liturgy. I’ll let the Sydney Morning Herald, that bastion of objective reporting when it comes […]

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Eternal Subordination of the Son as Essential to the Godhead?

I'm going to get in trouble over this one. The egalitarian camp have long been criticised in many way, but not least in that their position undermines classical Trinitarian doctrine. So, for example, from the previous article,   From the Trinity Some feel that one's position on egalitarianism affects one's position on subordination within the Trinity. […]

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