Trinitarian Theology of St Thomas Aquinas

ISBN-10: 0199582211

ISBN-13: 9780199582211

Edition: 2010

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Book details

List price: $25.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 3/25/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 452
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.738
Language: English

Abbreviations
Introduction
The Revelation of the Trinity
Revelation, Creation, and Salvation
The Revelation of the Trinity through its Works
Thomas' Exposition of Speculative Trinitarian Theology
Biblical Exegesis and Trinitarian Theology
The Aim of Speculative Trinitarian Theology
The Prerogatives of the Faith
The Rejection of Rationalism
Understanding the Faith
Why Investigate Notions, Relations, and Properties?
The Structure of Thomas' Treatise on the Triune God
St Thomas: Various Accounts of the Mystery of the Trinity
The Plan of the Trinitarian Treatise in the Summa Theologiae
Immanent and Economic Trinity
The Essence and the Distinction of Persons: the Common and the 'Proper'
The Game Plan of the Treatise on the Trinity
The Processions
The Word 'Procession'
Action, the Source of Relation
The Problems of Arianism and of Sabellianism
A Procession which is the Generation of the Word
A Different Procession, which is that of Love
The Order of the Trinitarian Processions
The Cycle of the Trinitarian Processions
'National' Action
Relations
Elements of the Patristic Teaching on Relation
Real Relations in God
The Being of Divine Relations
Relative Opposition: Paternity, Filiation, Spiration, and Procession
Relative Opposition
Paternity, Filiation, Spiration, Procession
The Person
What is a Person?
Person and Analogy
Correlations in the Greek and Latin Terminology
Subsistent Relations
Relation the Heart of Trinitarian Theology
Trinitarian Monotheism
Personal Plurality in the Triune God
The Theological Terminology of Plurality
A Transcendental Multiplicity
The Consubstantiality of the Persons
Person and Essence: A Problem Raised by Joachim of Fiore
The Word God
The Person of the Father
The Name Which Fits Best: Father
The Father: Principle and Source
The Paternity of the Father: Father of the Son and Father of his Creatures
The Analogous Network of the Name 'Father'
The Name 'Father': the Person of the Father and the Trinity
Unbegottenness: The Unengendered Father
From Father to Father
The Person of the Son
Studying the Personal Property of the Son
Studies in the Analogy of the Word: Anthropology and Trinitarian Theology
The Son, Word of God
The Word, Wisdom, and Splendour of the Father
The Word, Creation, and the Economy: the Father Acts through his Son
The Word Discloses and Reveals the Father
The Son Gives us a Share in his Sonship
The Word, Image of the Father
Image of the Father, First-Born of Creation
The Person of the Holy Spirit
The Name 'Holy Spirit'
The Holy Spirit is Love in Person
The Mutual Love of Father and Son
Creative Love: The Universal Operation of the Holy Spirit
The Gift of the Father and the Son
The Holy Spirit's Gifts to Human Beings
The Holy Spirit Proceeds from the Father and from the Son
The Doctrinal Weight of the Holy Spirit's Procession a Patre and a Filio
Biblical and Patristic Documentation
The Terminology: The Spirit 'Proceeds' from the Father and the Son
The Councils and the Problem of Adding to the Symbol
Theoretical Arguments
Distinction by Relative Opposition
Love and the Word
The Trinitarian Order
Balancing Out the Nuances: The Distinction and the Unity of Father and Son
The Attitude to the Eastern Orthodox
The Reciprocal Interiority of the Divine Persons
The Patristic Legacy
A Synthesis of Trinitarian Doctrine
The Essential Unity of the Three Persons: Consubstantiality
Relations
Procession
Theology and Economy
Appropriation
The Origins of the Idea of Appropriation
The Bases for Appropriation
The Analyses of Saint Bonaventure and Saint Albert
Thomas' View
Disclosing the Persons
The Regions in which Appropriation Applies
The Advantages and Limitations of Appropriation
Trinitarian Creation and Action
The Father Creates and Achieves All Things Through his Son and by his Spirit
The 'Efficacy' of the Trinitarian Processions
The Question of the 'Role Proper' to Each of the Persons
The Persons' Distinct Modes of Action and their Unity in Action
Trinity and Creation: The Meaning of the Plural
The Trinitarian Structure of the Economy
Missions
Context and Format of the Question about Divine Missions
The Theory of Mission
Mission
Mission, Temporal Procession, and Donation
The Person who Sends
The 'Invisible' Mission: The Gift of the Spirit and the Son to the Saints
Initial Clarifications
The Seal of Son and Holy Spirit
God's Presence as Known and Loved
The Gifts of the Son and Holy Spirit: Two Inseparable and Distinct Missions
Experiencing the Divine Persons of Son and Holy Spirit
The Image of the Trinity
Our Relation to each Divine Person in Grace: Objective Union
The 'Visible' Missions of the Son and Holy Spirit
Conclusion
Bibliography
Name Index
Subject Index
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