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Perichoresis in Aquinas: Fruit, not Foundation

“Perichoresis” or, in Latin, circumincessio, has been a fairly traditional term in trinitarian theology since at least the time of John of Damascus. Before he applied it to the trinitarian issue, it was used to speak of the mutual interpenetration of the human and divine natures of Christ in the incarnation. 1,356 more words

Theology

A Final Word

This post will be my last for Trinity and Humanity. I’ve been writing here for 8 years, I’ve enjoyed it very much, and now it is time for something new. 334 more words

Trinity

A Roundup of Recent Reviews of Rohr & Morrell's Divine Dance

Sanders said: And my long—forgive me—review has one main point: it’s that The Divine Dance isn’t about the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. It’s a book about an alternative spirituality of Flow, committed to a metaphysic that refuses to recognize a distinction between God and the world. 319 more words

Perichoresis as Vehicle Negativa in Rohr's Divine Dance - a polydoxic trinito-phany in continuity with an orthodoxic trinito-logy

RE: And my long—forgive me—review has one main point: it’s that The Divine Dance isn’t about the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. It’s a book about an alternative spirituality of Flow, committed to a metaphysic that refuses to recognize a distinction between God and the world. 4,991 more words

Divine Dance: Rohr, Morrell & Panikkar - Oh my!

As to Fr. Richard Rohr, ​I’ve been getting excited with his every new publication, tape, mp3, video, webcast or daily e-mail for almost 40 years now. 546 more words

Union and Communion with the pre incarnate form of Jesus Christ

(Sorry for the messy writing, I just wanted my thoughts on paper and out there, this will be  edited over and over again, but enjoy what you will) 2,073 more words

Song Of Songs

Death and Memory

First posted on Episcopal Cafe, October, 2016.

In my generation, Joan would have been a history professor.  Her mind was sharp; her critical edge for weighing evidence, instinctive.  1,450 more words