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Thanks. Very clear. I tend to think of myself as a “narrative Trinitarian”. The phrase is ambiguous: i) a Trinitarianism that sums up the narrative relationship between Father, Son and Spirit in the New Testament; and ii) a Trinitarianism that is part of the historical and therefore narrative witness of the church—in this case, in the context of an emerging Hellenistic-Roman Christendom.

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