Slusser, Michael
September 1988
Theological Studies;Sep88, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p461
Academic Journal
Traces the origin of the doctrine of Trinity. Grammatical analysis of the Scripture; Trinitarian exegesis of the Old Testament; Derivation of exegetical method from literary procedures; Method to Trinitarian distinctions; Classical and Jewish antecedents; Christological distinctions.


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