Speaking Trinity and His Worded World : Why Language Is at the Center of Everything. /

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Author / Creator:Hibbs Pierce Taylor.
Imprint:Wipf and Stock Publishers.
Description:1 online resource
Subject:Pike, Kenneth L. -- (Kenneth Lee), -- 1912-2000.
Pike, Kenneth L. -- (Kenneth Lee), -- 1912-2000
Language and languages -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Communication -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
RELIGION -- Christian Theology -- Systematic.
RELIGION -- Christianity -- General.
Communication -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Language and languages -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
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Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12352365
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Notes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-189).
Summary:The Trinity is a speaking God: three divine persons who share the same essence and commune with each other in love and glory. How does this truth shape the way we view the world and our place in it? The Speaking Trinity and His Worded World explores these questions by presenting all of life through the lens of language. Understood as communion behavior, language has its roots in God himself. What's more, God has used language not only to create our world, but to sustain and direct it. Because of this biblical fact, we live in a place that always and everywhere reveals the trinitarian God whose speech upholds it. All things "speak" of God by revealing aspects of his character (Romans 1). We live in a worded world, a world that was spoken and speaks of God. Thus, language is far more than a means of human communication; it is at the center of who God is, who we are, and what our world is like. Join the author as he walks through redemptive history and points out not only how all things can be perceived through the lens of language, but what this means for us practically in our use of language--Back cover.
Other form:Print version: Hibbs, Pierce Taylor. Speaking Trinity & His Worded World 1532656475 9781532656477