This research examines the association between Trinitarian thinking and the understanding of personal identity in the context of positions of lateral influence. in particular the doctrines of the image of God, union with Christ, and covenant are examined from a Trinitarian perspective. Because the doctrine of Trinity emphasizes that the one God eternally exists as three persons, Trinitarian thinking requires that both universals and particulars be held together in an equiprimal relationship. Each of these doctrines is examined in order to highlight the significance of this equiprimal relationship in understanding personal identity.
Ross, Matthew Dean
"The Trinitarian Foundation of Leadership: Working Together for God’s Glory in Unity and Diversity,"
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.andrews.edu/jacl/vol10/iss2/22