The trinity working together
Michael J. Ovey
In a masterful talk given to returning graduates at Oak Hill Theological College in 2002, Mike Ovey expounds the Augustinian doctrine of the inseparable operation of the members of the trinity. Surveying other patristic writers as well as more recent thinkers such as Karl Rahner, Ovey then moves to an exposition of key passages in John's Gospel which highlight the inseparable operation of the Father, Son, and Spirit.
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This talk is 75 minutes long, including question time at the end, and is about 8.8 MB.