The realist and onto-relational frame of T. F. Torrance’s Incarnational and Trinitarian theology
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It is almost a truism to say that Torrance’s theology is incarnational and Trinitarian, so central were these two foci to his entire theological work. What is perhaps not as readily recognized is that this incarnational and Trinitarian theology takes place within a surrounding two-dimensional framework that can be identified as realist and onto-relational. Gary Deddo argues that these two aspects are essential to understanding Torrance’s framework for pursuing the theological task. After exploring these themes theologically he considers their implications for practical theology and for Christian ministry.
Deddo, G. (2009). The realist and onto-relational frame of T. F. Torrance’s Incarnational and Trinitarian theology. Theology in Scotland, 16, pp. 105-133.
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