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Jr. On the (Economic) Trinity: An Argument in Conversation with Robert Doran

Following Bernard Lonergan’s lead, a systematic-theological account of the human world in relation to God will have a trinitarian “shape,” inasmuch as finite, contingent realities participate in the divine relations that constitute the three who are God. While Robert Doran has proposed an excellent beginning of such an account, the author argues that this proposal can be improved, and that as there are three really distinct relations in God, so too there are three ways in which humanity can be, and is being, taken into God’s own being.

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