TITLE

ONENESS AND TRINITARIAN PENTECOSTALISM: CRITICAL DIALOGUE ON THE ECUMENICAL CREEDS

AUTHOR(S)
Vondey, Wolfgang
PUB. DATE
June 2010
SOURCE
One in Christ;2010, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p86
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The oneness-trinitarian Pentecostal dialogue illustrates the contemporary crisis of creedal theology. The creedal formulations are in content acceptable to both trinitarian and oneness thinking but remain irreconcilable in structure. The path to reconciliation leads to a reformulation of the doctrine of God that replaces the existing creedal structure of three distinct articles with a narrative formulation that holds together in an affectionate story christology and pneumatology as joint aspects of the activity of the Father. Central to this profession of faith 'without articles' is the human being as a vital element without which the story of God cannot be told.
ACCESSION #
52541938

 

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