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Holiness Study Guide
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A study of the Trinity could encompass an exploration of both God's unified life inside the trinity and God's Trinitarian interaction with us. God's relationship within the trinity is speculation however we can know how he relates to us.
Became more prevalent after the Holocaust. Deals with the God of love who would allow suffering.
God is different or wholly other than what he created. It is God's transcendence or otherness that allows him to freely engage with creation in the expression of love.
a divine-human dynamic and synergistic relationship that is sufficient to uphold God's loving interactions with us. This does not limit God's freedom in order to affirm ours.
Attributes that God is because of the disposition or state of the will. These can cease and God still be God.
Necessary attributes of God. If God is x then he is God. If he ceases to be x then he ceases to be God. Love is often a natural attribute given to God.
Martin Bubers idea of relationships. All relationships should be based on treating persons as persons, as thous. The opposite is I-it where one or both parties treat the other as an object.
God's holiness as immanence is God's immanent involvement in the world., which is both revelation and our experience of God. His immanence is expressed as agape love.
God not only created all things but is intimately involved with the,. God's omnipresence, through the spirit, is a declaration that God is in all places.
Literally means "the father suffers". It is the view that the God the father suffers. This was condemned as a heresy. Its censure resulted in a pendulum swing that denied any passion in God at all.
A heresy that stay\ted that God the father became incarnate and died on the cross. (I.e. God the father became God the Son, and then God the Spirit, thus denied the essential Trinity).
The belief that God does not change, suffer, or experience pleasure.
- A metaphorical and metaphysical belief that the world is in God. Therefore, whenever the world changes, God changes as well.
The belief that God is sufficient in himself. God comes from nothing but God and is fundamental.
God's love is a love that reaches infinitely toward us in order to save. The ultimate expression of this love is seen in the incarnation.
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