A more ‘earthed’ and textual understanding of Jesu/Trinity etc is I’m sure of importance. The shallow (almost modalistic) understandings and expressions currently used will not I think ‘stand the pace’ of the years ahead. However , ‘we’ meaning God people have been here before and we will be losers if we don’;t listen to our ancestors always holding scripture as out authority. I would recomend a book ‘PAul PAveo’s ‘In the beginning was the Logos’ it is a call to go back to Nicea but it is radical and causes problems for trinitarians who cannot keep one hand on the scriptures I KNOW you would like it. Its not academic but his scholarship in the ante Nicene fathers comes across in very straightforward language. I can send u a pdf if you promise to read it….and tell him what you thought? Do you have time?