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Trinitarian and Christian
* William C. Rusch, The Trinitarian Controversy, ( Sources of Early Christian Thought ), 1980, ISBN 0-8006-1410-0
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.
* Trinitarian monotheism is the Christian doctrine of belief in one God who is three distinct persons ; God the Father ( Yahweh ), God the Son ( Christ Jesus ) and God the Holy Spirit ( Holy Ghost ).
Unitarians fall outside of Trinitarian Christianity, and the question arises as to the degree to which the presidents themselves held Christian precepts.
" 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 ".
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.
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.
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 denominations
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.
Mainline denominations are historically Trinitarian and proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord and Son of God ; they adhere to the historic creeds such as the Nicene Creed, the Apostles ' Creed, and the Athanasian Creed.
), Volf has, through his work, forged a theology that has earned him the designation “ a theologian of the bridge .” The main thrust of his theology is to bring the reality and the shape of God ’ s Trinitarian life and love to bear on multiple divisions in today ’ s world — between denominations, faiths, and ethnic groups as well as between the realms of the sacred and the secular ( in particular business, politics, and globalization processes ).

Trinitarian and baptism
Oneness believers baptize in the name of Jesus Christ, commonly referred to as Jesus-name baptism, rather than using the Trinitarian formula.
Although Matthew 28: 19 seems to mandate a Trinitarian formula for baptism, Oneness theology avows that the " name " in that verse is actually singular and refers to Jesus, whose name they believe to be that of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Oneness Pentecostals assert that of the five mentions of baptism in the Book of Acts, all were performed in the name of Jesus Christ, and that no Trinitarian formula is ever referred to therein.
During these formative years, doctrinal division developed and widened over traditional Trinitarian theology and the formula used at baptism, with some Pentecostal leaders claiming revelation or other insights pointing them toward the Oneness concept.
According to Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Anglicanism and most forms of Protestantism, a baptism is not valid if the Trinitarian formula is not used in the administration of that sacrament.
Other faiths ( Frankists, Oneness Pentecostals and Branhamists in particular ) use the formula " In the name of Jesus Christ " ( based on Acts 2: 38 ) for baptism, and in turn re-baptize converts who were first baptized under the Trinitarian formula, sometimes claiming that such persons would not have been previously aware that " Jesus is the Lord ".
Together with baptism, the Trinitarian formula is used in other prayers, rites, liturgies, and sacraments.
The body is Trinitarian, and, like many related bodies, holds that speaking in tongues is the initial evidence of the baptism of the Holy Ghost.

Trinitarian and include
"< Ref > God for Us p231 </ ref > She says faithful Trinitarian theology must be practical and include an understanding of our own personhood in relationship with God and each other, which she calls " Living God's life with one another ".

Trinitarian and Baptists
The Unity of Brethren Baptists is a Trinitarian body, holding a belief in one God-the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.

Trinitarian and Church
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 conflict between Arianism and Trinitarian beliefs was the first major doctrinal confrontation in the Church after the legalization of Christianity by the Roman Emperors Constantine I and Licinius.
It was crushed through a series of military and political conquests, culminating in religious and political domination of Europe over the next 1, 000 years by Trinitarian forces in the Catholic Church.
* 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.
It was because of Eusebius that " On the whole, Constantine and his successors made life pretty miserable for Church leaders committed to the Nicene decision and its Trinitarian formula.
However, Latter-day Saints ( LDS ) reject the ecumenical creeds and definition of the Trinity taught by the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church, the Anglican Communion, and Trinitarian Protestantism, and have been described as nontrinitarian and henotheistic.
It applied, not to the Visigothic nobles under their own law, which had been formulated by Euric, but to the Hispano-Roman and Gallo-Roman population, living under Visigoth rule south of the Loire and, in Book 16, to the members of the Trinitarian Catholic Church.
Each church body is independent and autonomous, and the denominational name is not consistent in all areas, although it is almost always some variation of the name " Church of God " ( Trinitarian ) or " Church of Jesus " ( Non-Trinitarian ).
In the 1920s, the Church of God repudiated the practice of snake-handling, and Hensley and his followers formed a separate Trinitarian body.
The Missionary Church is a Trinitarian body that believes the Bible is the inspired Word of God and authoritative in all matters of faith ; that " salvation is the result of genuine repentance of sin and faith in the atoning work of Christ "; and that the " church is composed of all believers in the Lord Jesus who have been vitally united by faith to Christ ".
The Church of the United Brethren in Christ is a conservative Trinitarian body of Christians that hold the deity, humanity, and atonement of Jesus ; that the Bible, in both the Old and New Testaments, is the inspired Word of God ; and that salvation is through faith, repentance and following after Christ.
Ian Mobsby also suggests that the Emerging Church is centred on a combination of models of Church and of Contextual Theology that draw on this Trinitarian base: the Mystical Communion and Sacramental models of Church, and the Synthetic and Transcendent models of Contextual Theology.
According to Ian Mobsby, the Emerging Church has reacted to the missional needs of postmodern culture and re-acquired a Trinitarian basis to its understanding of Church as Worship, Mission and Community.
International research suggests that some Emerging Churches are utilizing a Trinitarian basis to being church through what Avery Dulles calls ' The Mystical Communion Model of Church '.
Many of them, notably the Goths and Vandals, adopted Arianism instead of the Trinitarian ( a. k. a. Nicene or orthodox ) beliefs that were dogmatically defined by the Catholic Church in the Nicene Creed.
In 1895, Scofield was called as pastor of Moody's church, the Trinitarian Congregational Church of East Northfield, Massachusetts, and he also attempted with limited success to take charge of Moody ’ s Northfield Bible Training School.

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