Gregory of Nyssa and a “Community of Wills”?

In Against Eunomius I.1.34 (NPNF 5), Gregory says this regarding the Father and Son sharing in one nature: So also the Father and Son are one, the community of nature and the community of will running, in them, into one. But if the Son had been joined in wish only to the Father, and divided … Continue reading Gregory of Nyssa and a “Community of Wills”?

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Historical Theology and Biblical Evidence in the Trinity Debate

I don't intend for this post to be long, just want to make a quick point about the relationship between historical theology and biblical evidence when we talk about the differing views of the Trinity. I've seen some comments on social media and blogs that go something like this: "While I can appreciate historical points … Continue reading Historical Theology and Biblical Evidence in the Trinity Debate