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Robert Godfrey, ed. Joel E Kim and R. This critique has three headings, each with implications of their own while also logically flowing into one another. Dennis W. Jowers and H.
Bruce A. November 15, From the eternal councils of the Trinity before the world began to the eternal state of the new heavens and new earth after the final judgment, Scripture shows a consistent pattern.
The Son has always been subject to the authority of the Father. The Son, by virtue of being Son, eternally submits, joyfully and with great delight, to the authority of his Father.
Michael Allen and Scott R. Grudem affirms analogical language when speaking of God, yet he often uses language that borders on univocal. After extensive text work defining the biblical pattern of authority and submission among human fathers and sons, he concludes with this.
Therefore, what is everywhere true of a father-son relationship in the biblical world, and is not contradicted by any other passages of Scripture, surely should be applied to the relationship between the Father and Son in the Trinity.
Better to say that the economic Trinity reveals the ontological Trinity. His reasons for doing so are twofold. First, he sees EFS as the sole means of defining the eternal relations between the Father and Son ad intra. On the one hand, he is hesitant to speak of the relationship between the Father and Son in the Trinity ad intra, as though he is agnostic about whether the Son is eternally subordinate to the Father.
On the other hand, the entire point of his argument for EFS is to define the eternal ad intra relationship between the Father and the Son as one of authority and submission.
It undermines the aseity of God and fails to hold in tension the equality and order among the persons First, it undermines the aseity of God. Divine processions provides this means. What is needed is simply that we insist on eternal personal differences in the relationship between Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and that the Son eternally relates to the Father as a son does to his father.
However, this did not change his position on EFS. This certainly seems to be the case because EFS makes something essential to the eternal being of God ad intra that requires him to eternally be in relationship with something outside of himself. Divine processions carefully nuances the opera ad intra of the Trinity, preserving the equality of essence and order among the persons. Building submission and authority into the relations of the Trinity ad intra defines the relations in such a way that the order of the persons is affirmed without any inherent means of equally emphasizing their equality.
If this authority structure was somehow an extension of relations of origin, although still not preferable, it might be possible to better hold equality and order in tension.
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In the end, authority and submission, as a framework for differentiating the persons, is inadequate to hold in proper tension the equality and order of the persons within the Trinity. Namely, we should see an overemphasis on the plurality of persons to the detriment of their unity in the opera ad extra of the Trinity. This is, indeed, the case. Of course, the Son was in full agreement with the Father regarding this eternal plan of salvation.
The Son and the Spirit fully agreed with the plans of the Father. But if we are to be faithful to the meaning of this Ephesians , we still must say that in the eternal councils of the Trinity, there was a role of planning, directing, initiating, and choosing, that belonged specifically to the Father. Such a theology is bound to overexploit the external actions, perhaps reading them as three different agents doing three distinct things.
I have sought to be measured in my tone, avoiding accusations of heterodoxy, which I believe are inappropriate in this circumstance. That being said, I do carry significant concerns regarding EFS, both theologically, as outlined above, and pastorally, which I outline in the appendix below.
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My hope is that the doctrine of EFS can be disentangled from biblical anthropology gender , and examined carefully as a discrete doctrine within the confines of Theology proper. And it is certainly not a position which is consistent with hundreds of texts which show unique activities being carried out by one person of the Trinity with respect to another person of the Trinity. However, after a cursory survey of the literature pertaining to EFS, I carry a concern that the debates between egalitarians and complementarians are leading to an eisegetical reading of Trinitarian texts and doctrine.
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Wayne Grudem . Wayne Grudem . Wayne Grudem .It bundles the doctrine of God with another set of commitments. Widely read and very well accepted, this systematic theology has been recommended enthusiastically by writers, speakers, and pastors alike.
But it also makes me think that including this topic in Trinity lectures is a very bad idea. No other theology text combines readability, range of views, and the ever-essential quality of reinforcing our systematic theologies with scripture… Each chapter closes with application questions, special terms, additional bibliography, a cross-section of other systematic texts with page numbers, a passage for memory, and a hymn…all centered on the theology of that chapter.
The Son and the Spirit fully agreed with the plans of the Father. Wayne Grudem . Freedom from Fear - Dr. Swain and R.
I know students who learned nothing from Trinity lectures except that the doctrine does or does not support egalitarianism or complementarianism.