1 Corinthians 13: 9 Summary

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The Theologian I. A. Dorner did not believe the Protestant Reformation was complete (p. 247). Dorner believed the protestant reformers were so preoccupied with doctrine of salvation that they neglected medieval ideas of God, which were heavily influenced by Greek philosophy. (p. 248). Dorner did not believe the description of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit were real in a literal sense, but each are aspects of God (p. 256). I believe we tend to limit God into this nice little childlike triangular package called the Trinity. I believe maybe Dorner was on to something because we only know what God had revealed to us and the scripture informs us that
1 Corinthians 13:9 (NASB) For we know in part and we prophesy in part; Yes, we know that God had operated in these three ways we recognize in the scripture, but is that all He
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I have been able to take some ideas or understanding from each theologian presented within chapter four, but the section in chapter six on process Theology was very bitter for me. Cobb as well as the other theologians within this area of process theology creates in me a belief that process theology is heresy! I say this because it seems as if they have rendered God as an inept babbling idiot with no control over a universe gone out of control topped off with their complete denial of Jesus Christ’s divinity is a hard pill to lump. This sounds like junk you would hear in an introduction to philosophy class taught at a secular university, not the collection of thoughts from men who have studied the sacred scripture. As the Apostle John said in 1 John 2:22-23 NASB “Who is the liar but the one who denies that Jesus is the Christ? This is the antichrist, the one who denies the Father and the Son. Whoever denies the Son does not have the Father; the one who confesses the Son has the Father also.” I cannot agree with any of the aspects of process theology and the only thing I can agree with is its critics who claim process theology is non-Christian
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