Богословље 2 (79):19-39 (2021)

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Aleksandar Djakovac
University of Belgrade
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Summary: In this paper, I will try to present the idea of economic triadology as it appears in St. Irenaeus, Tertullian and St. Hippolytus, during conflicts with the modalists of their time. Through comparative analysis, I will strive to highlight the particularities of their learning as well as common motives and argumentation. I will also point out the major shortcomings of the triadology thus established, as well as the elements that the Church will recognize as an authentic expression of her own tradition.
Keywords Economic triadology, modalism, monarchianism, Irenaeus of Lyon, Tertullian, Hippolytus of Rome, Noetius.  modalism   monarchianism  Irenaeus of Lyon  Tertullian  Hippolytus of Rome
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