Genesis 1: 26 A Sruggle For A Trinitarian Interpretation by Kulwant Singh BooraGenesis 1: 26 A Sruggle For A Trinitarian Interpretation by Kulwant Singh Boora

Genesis 1: 26 A Sruggle For A Trinitarian Interpretation

byKulwant Singh Boora

Paperback | April 10, 2014

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Genesis 1:26 has been a passage of scripture taken from the Old Testament by trinitarians to promote a trinitarian view, but is this truly an accurate position and interpretation? Yet the world of biblical and theological scholarship, which includes trinitarian scholars, seems to take an alternative view that Genesis 1:26 cannot stand for the proposition or interpretationthat it promotes a trinitarian view, concept or theology. It seems highly problematic to import into Genesis 1:26 a post-New Testament doctrine, such as the doctrine of the trinity, that took several hundred years to develop, which did not exist at the time of the author of Genesis. And then seek to re-interpret and re-characterize the Genesis story through the lenses and spectacles of the trinitarian, one substance three persons theology, that took shape after the New Testament period through various councils and Greekinfluence. Therefore, this work reviews and assesses a number of studies that question whether in fact Genesis 1:26 refers to the trinity, while providinglegitimate alternative exegetical interpretations of the Genesis verse as it should have been viewed and seen in its original setting. By taking this approach it will assist in defining the true story or thinking behind Genesis 1:26.
Title:Genesis 1: 26 A Sruggle For A Trinitarian InterpretationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:114 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.24 inPublished:April 10, 2014Publisher:Kulwant BooraLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1937862747

ISBN - 13:9781937862749

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