The Trinity Subordination Debate Gets Noticed by Christianity Today

Over at CT, Caleb Lindgren writes on Gender and the Trinity: From Proxy War to Civil War.

Basically, the debate boils down to three interrelated issues: a particular understanding of the relationship between God the Father and God the Son in the Trinity; whether that relationship reflects the historic creeds of Christianity; and whether that relationship has any bearing on human relationships, specifically regarding gender roles.

If you are confused about the brouhaha over the Trinity, mystified by terms like “subordination” and “homoousios,” and wonder what this has to do with relations between men and women, then check out the CT article.

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