In Defense of a Latin Social Trinity: A Response to William Hasker

Faith and Philosophy 31 (7):96-117 (2020)
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In “Unity of Action in a Latin Social Model of the Trinity,” I objected to William Hasker’s Social Model of the Trinity (among others) on the grounds that it does not secure the necessary agreement between the divine persons. Further, I developed a Latin Social model of the Trinity. Hasker has responded by defending his Social Model and by raising seven objections against my Latin Social Model. Here I raise a new objection against Hasker on the grounds that it is inconsistent with Conciliar Trinitarianism, and I respond to the seven objections and in so doing further develop the Latin Social Model.

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Scott M. Williams
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Trinity.Dale Tuggy - 2010 - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
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