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Trinitarian Grammar: Recent Episodes of the Credo Podcast

Are you looking to deepen your understanding of who God is in himself? In the last several episodes of the Credo Podcast, the Trinity has been the focus of the conversation. Listen in as theologians discuss social trinitarianism, hermeneutics, eternal generation, inseparable operations, eternal functional subordination, divine simplicity, and the state of the trinity in evangelicalism as outlined in Dr. Barrett’s new book, Simply Trinity: The Unmanipulated Father, Son, and Spirit (Baker, 2021).

In each episode, Matthew Barrett talks with fellow theologians about the most important doctrines of the faith. Join the conversation today and grow in your knowledge of who God is and what he has done in Christ Jesus. Below are some of the most recent episodes of the Credo Podcast now available on Soundcloud, Spotify, and iTunes. Additionally, you can listen to all episodes on the Credo Podcast page.

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Trinity: Fred Sanders, Matthew Barrett, and the Dangers of Conflation

Why Must God be One to be Three? Matthew Levering and Matthew Barrett Discuss Divine Simplicity

What is Eternal Generation? J.V. Fesko and Matthew Barrett

Is Eternal Generation Essential to the Gospel? Charles Lee Irons and Matthew Barrett

 

Does Eternal Subordination Compromise Biblical Orthodoxy? Liam Goligher and Matthew Barrett

 

Why Should Evangelicals Reject the Eternal Subordination of the Son? Michael Bird and Matthew Barrett

 

Confessing the Holy Spirit in an Age of Biblicism: Michael Haykin and Matthew Barrett

 

Does the Trinity work inseparably? Ryan Hurd and Matthew Barrett

 

Can We Have Communion with the Trinity? Kelly Kapic and Matthew Barrett

 

Lance English

Lance English (M.Div., Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) is an editor for Credo Magazine and a Ph.D. student in Systematic Theology. He serves as a pastoral resident at Emmaus Church in Kansas City, where he is a member with his wife, Brielle.

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