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What is the Trinity?

Great question. I had the great opportunity to talk about the trinity with a group of young adults at a Sunday morning small group taster this morning hosted by the Couples in Christ class which meets at 9:00 AM at Resurrection.

I tried to touch on what what it means to be a theologian, the practice theology and the concept of the Trinity in less than 20 minutes allowing time for small group discussion. It was a bit of a challenge for me, but I thoroughly enjoyed it.

At the end of the class time, I invited each person to write a question on a post-it note and turn it in and I would respond here at Thoughts of Resurrection. So look forward to a week of theology and thinking about the Trinity. I am looking forward to reading the comments and conversation that you will add. If you are interested in receiving each of these posts – please subscribe using the links on the left side of this page. You can choose to receive the posts via RSS or email.

Couples in Christ and all people at the taster – Thanks for allowing me to be a part of your group this morning. It was a blessing!

By Andrew Conard

Christian, husband, son, brother, homeowner

15 replies on “What is the Trinity?”

I remember you saying in a previous post that you subscribed to the HTB sermon podcast. In case you missed it, Graham Tomlin gave a great sermon on ‘The Trinity and Why It Matters’ (on 5 June 2007).

Oh! And that reminds me that I forgot to give another podcast suggestion. It’s not a sermon podcast, but it’s a great roundtable theology discussion with Graham Tomlin, Michael Lloyd, and Jane Williams (wife of the current Archbishop of Canterbury). It’s called GodPod and can be found at

lol… explain theology, being a theologian and the Trinity in 20 minutes 🙂

I know I couldn’t do that! 🙂

I really look forward to these series of posts, and after reading the one on Rublev’s icon, I know I won’t be disappointed. 🙂

[…] Reflecting on the Trinity February 23, 2008 — Andrew Conard I have thoroughly enjoyed thinking and writing about the Trinity this week. Thanks to Kim and Kyle for the invitation to be a part of the Sunday morning small group taster out of which these questions originated. For more information about the source of these questions read the post – What is the Trinity? […]

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