Jeremiah and his dad talk about the challenges involved in relating to the Trinity. Topics include how we overcome the possible hurdles in our heart when relating to one Person of the Trinity, as well as the conflict between a relational approach to Christianity and the Western desire for objectivity and logic.
Jeremiah discusses the book he co-authored with Wesley M. Pinkham, entitled “Relational Christianity: A Remarkable Vision of God,” recently published by Wipf and Stock Publishers. This brief introduction discusses the relationality of the Trinity, and how that translates into the foundational relationality of Christianity and human existence.
Jeremiah celebrates the one year anniversary of The God Experiment by looking at some highlights from the episodes released in the last year. Sometimes it is helpful to take a step back and get a big-picture view of something. So prepare your mind and heart, because we’re going to talk about many cool things.
This is the final episode of our four-part review of “Mere Christianity” by C. S. Lewis. This section deals with such topics as the usefulness of theology, the Heavenly Father’s begetting of Christ, the nature of the Trinity, the process of becoming like Christ, and why some Christians don’t seem to be “better” than non-Christians.
In this episode Jeremiah delves into the mystery of the Trinity. The hypothesis is that the relationships within the Trinity are examples of the intimate relationship of unity that God wants to have with us. The experiment is to pursue a deeper relationship with each member of the Trinity.