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Trinitarian and monotheism
" Some Messianic believers profess only a strict view of monotheism, rejecting Trinitarian doctrine, but this is not common.

Trinitarian and is
Arianism is defined as those teachings attributed to Arius which are in opposition to mainstream Trinitarian Christological doctrine, as determined by the first two Ecumenical Councils and currently maintained by the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Churches, the Oriental Orthodox Churches, and most Reformation Protestant Churches.
The Athanasian Creed ( Quicumque vult ) is a Christian statement of belief, focusing on Trinitarian doctrine and Christology.
The Athanasian Creed ( Quicumque vult ) is a Christian statement of belief, focusing on Trinitarian doctrine and Christology.
Gregory made a significant impact on the shape of Trinitarian theology among both Greek-and Latin-speaking theologians, and he is remembered as the " Trinitarian Theologian ".
( In contrast, the second largest Latter Day Saint denomination, the Community of Christ, is Trinitarian and monotheistic.
Full-orbed patripassianism denies Trinitarian distinctions, yet it is not heretical to say that God " feels " or " experiences " things, including nonphysical forms of suffering.
" Son of God " is a phrase which, according to most Christian denominations Trinitarian in belief, refers to the relationship between Jesus and God, specifically as " God the Son ".
* The Trinitarian Order is a Roman Catholic mendicant order founded in 1198 by St. John of Matha.
He is perhaps most famous for being the oldest extant Latin writer to use the term Trinity ( Latin trinitas ), and giving the oldest extant formal exposition of a Trinitarian theology.
In some cases, it is charged that these Trinitarian denominations are no longer Christian, because of their toleration of unitarian belief among their teachers, and in their seminaries.
* Blumenthal, David R. Three is not enough: Jewish Reflections on Trinitarian Thinking, in Ethical Monotheism, Past and Present: Essays in Honor of Wendell S. Dietrich, ed.
The traditional view of Gregory is that he was an orthodox Trinitarian theologian, who was influenced by the neoplatonism of Plotinus and believed in universal salvation following Origen.
Adherents of the apophatic tradition in Christianity hold that, outside of directly-revealed knowledge through Scripture and Sacred Tradition ( such as the Trinitarian nature of God ), God in His essence is beyond the limits of what human beings ( or even angels ) can understand ; He is transcendent in essence ( ousia ).
Messianic Judaism generally holds that Jesus is both the Jewish Messiah and " God the Son " ( one person of the Trinity ), though some within the movement do not hold to Trinitarian beliefs.
His refutation of a culturally predominate puritanical temptation to a profane dualistic gnosticism is elaborated in the redemptive third book of his prose text Gli Asolani reconciling fallen human nature in a Platonic cosmic transcendence, mediated by reconciling Trinitarian love, and dedicated to Lucretia Borgia.
Moltmann's “ Trinitarian theology of the cross ” instead says that God is a protesting God who opposes the ' Gods of this world ' of power and domination by entering into human pain and suffering on the cross and on the gallows of Auschwitz.
Her mother is Venezuelan and her father is Trinitarian.
Their articulation of the Trinity holds in tension the paradox of both the unity and Trinitarian diversity of God as one God who is three Persons.
Although the UPCI belief in the union of the divine and human into one person in Christ is similar to the Chalcedonian formula, Chalcedonians disagree sharply with them over their opposition to Trinitarian dogma.

Trinitarian and Christian
* William C. Rusch, The Trinitarian Controversy, ( Sources of Early Christian Thought ), 1980, ISBN 0-8006-1410-0
Unitarians fall outside of Trinitarian Christianity, and the question arises as to the degree to which the presidents themselves held Christian precepts.
Trinitarian Christian denominations that oppose infant baptism include Baptists, Christian Church ( Disciples of Christ ), Christian Churches / Churches of Christ, and Churches of Christ, Anabaptists such as Mennonite and Amish, Schwarzenau Brethren / German Baptists, Seventh-Day Adventists, some Methodists and most Pentecostals.
Oneness Pentecostals and Modalists dispute the traditional Trinitarian doctrine, while affirming the Christian doctrine of God taking on flesh as Jesus Christ.
Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant creeds generally insist on Trinitarian belief as an essential aspect of Christianity and basic to a group's continuity of identity with the historical Christian faith.
The United Methodist Church generally practices Baptism by sprinkling, pouring, or immersion and recognizes Trinitarian formula baptisms from other Christian denominations.
As a Trinitarian and fundamental church, their doctrinal position centers on a born-again experience, supports the Wesleyan teaching of holiness ( Christian perfection ), and stresses the need of sanctified believers to receive the Pentecostal experience of the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
Although practice in this regard varies, in general, if a convert comes to Orthodoxy from another Christian confession and has previously undergone a rite of baptism in the Trinitarian Formula (" in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit "), he or she may be received into the Orthodox Church through the sacrament of chrismation, after which receiving the Holy Eucharist.
Islam rejects the Trinitarian Christian view that Jesus was God incarnate or the son of God, that he was ever crucified or resurrected, or that he ever atoned for the sins of mankind.
Pentecostals, both Oneness and Trinitarian, maintain that the Holy Spirit experience denotes the genuine Christian Church, and that he carries with him power for the believer to accomplish God's will.
While denying that Jesus spoke the formula, these scholars acknowledge that the verse does represent Trinitarian ideas in the early Christian church.
Charles Taze Russell was another early Christian advocate of Zionism-but with an altogether different prophetic programme to orthodox Trinitarian dispensationalists.
To Trinitarian Christians ( which include Roman Catholics, Eastern Orthodox, and most but not all Protestant denominations ), God the Father is not at all a separate god from God the Son ( of whom Jesus is the incarnation ) and the Holy Spirit, the other Hypostases of the Christian Godhead.
While a prospective member must be a Trinitarian Christian Master Mason in good standing with a Grand Lodge that is recognized by the Grand Lodge of the jurisdiction in which the Society meets, the various Societies have no other Masonic links, ties, or official recognition.
The statement follows orthodox Trinitarian Christian patterns of belief with typical Mennonite emphasis.
Generally in Christian theology, discipleship is a term used to refer to a disciple's transformation from some other World view and practice of life into that of Jesus Christ, and so, by way of Trinitarian theology, of God himself.
In this work, the central themes of Volf ’ s work that receive more in depth treatment in other texts — God as unconditional love, the Trinitarian nature of God, creation as gift, Christ ’ s death on he cross for the ungodly, justification by faith and communal nature of Christian life, love of enemy and care for the downtrodden, reconciliation and forgiveness, and hope for a world of love — come together into a unity.
The Son of God title, according to most Christian denominations, Trinitarian in belief, refers to the relationship between Jesus and God, specifically as " God the Son ".

Trinitarian and doctrine
* The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints also rejects Trinitarian doctrine, although other churches that are part of the Latter-Day Saint movement still adhere to the Nicene Creed.
Modern liberal Protestant denominations are often accused by Trinitarians within their ranks, and critics outside, of being indifferent to the doctrine, and therefore self-isolated from their respective Trinitarian pasts and heritage.
This Jesus ' Name doctrine is a point of contention between the UPCI and Trinitarian Christians.
This stands in sharp contrast to the doctrine of three distinct and eternal " persons " posited by Trinitarian theology.
Oneness Pentecostals believe that Trinitarian doctrine is a " tradition of men " and neither scriptural nor a teaching of God, and cite the absence of the word " Trinity " from the Bible as one evidence of this.
Trinitarian Christians, including Athanasius, used Arius and Arianism as epithets to describe those who disagreed with their doctrine of co-equal Trinitarianism, a Christology representing God the Father and Son ( Jesus of Nazareth ) as " of one essence " ( consubstantial ) and coeternal.
However, the formula does not necessarily endorse the specific Nicene Trinitarian doctrine adopted at the 4th-century Council of Nicea and elaborated upon by later councils, and does not necessarily show that 1st-century Christians believed in the mysterious unity, equality, or co-eternity of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Prior to this date, Constantius II ( 337-361 ) and Valens ( 364-378 ) had personally favored Arian or Semi-Arian forms of Christianity, but Valens ' successor Theodosius I supported the Trinitarian doctrine as expounded in the Nicene Creed from the 1st Council of Nicea.
The Assemblies of God remains Trinitarian and continues to affirm the doctrine of initial evidence.
According to Trinitarian doctrine, the Paraclete or Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity who among other things provides guidance, consolation, strength, and support to people.
They show that he stressed the orthodox position in Trinitarian doctrine.
Toleration of worship was later extended to Protestants who did not believe in Trinitarian doctrine in the Unitarians Relief Act 1813.
The Assemblies of God, however, was a Trinitarian fellowship, and the PAOC was required to repudiate the Oneness doctrine and embrace the doctrine of the Trinity.
That year the General Council disapproved of the Oneness doctrine and adopted a Trinitarian Statement of Fundamental Truths.

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