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Trinitarian Controversy: Its Progress

The Trinitarian Controversy flowchart covers the progress of the controversy from the New Testament until the councils of Nicea (325 CE) and Constantinople (381). Chart includes Logos Subordinationism and the Trinitarian Heresies.

NT / Orthodoxy timeline highlights:

  • Tertullian and Economic Subordinationism in the West;
    Origen and Logos Subordinationism in the East
  • the Council of Nicea
  • Athanasius
  • the Cappadocians
  • the Council of Constantinople
  • Augustine
  • Trinitarian Heresies: Tritheism and Monarchianism
  • within Monarchianism
    • the Western proclivity of Modalistic, Patripassianism, Sabellianism
    • the Eastern proclivity of Dynamic, Adoptionism, Arianism and Radical Subordinationism, Pneumatomachians
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Triune God:
Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

Enlisting Augustine’s sevenfold summary, the Triune God illustrates the relationships of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit:

  1. The Father is God.
  2. The Son is God.
  3. The Holy Spirit is God.
  4. The Father is not the Son.
  5. The Son is not the Holy Spirit.
  6. The Holy Spirit is not the Father.
  7. There is only one God.
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Activity of Satan in Relationship to the Church

The chart Activity of Satan in Relationship to the Church summarizes this activity under the categories of deception, disruption, and destruction:

  • He Deceives …
    • by introducing alternatives to the truth.
    • by idealizing alternatives to obedience.
  • He Disrupts …
    • by infiltrating the church to cause doubt and confusion.
    • by inhibiting the church, placing obstacles in her way.
  • He Destroys …
    • by isolating believers from the place of protection.
    • by inciting the world to persecute the faithful.
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