Olivia Bustion: “The Spirit as Plural Person: A Constructive Reading of Karl Barth’s Pneumatology”

Olivia Bustion

PhD Candidate, Theology

The Spirit as Plural Person: A Constructive Reading of Karl Barth’s Pneumatology

Wednesday, May 29, 12:00 PM, Swift 400

Lunch provided

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1 thought on “Olivia Bustion: “The Spirit as Plural Person: A Constructive Reading of Karl Barth’s Pneumatology”

  1. This is an interesting discussion of the personhood of the Holy Spirit. The Spirit as “plural person” is relevant to the theology of the unity of the Trinity. I designate the third person as “the triune person” in my article ‘“Turtles all the way down”: The Unity of the Trinity as Eternal Regress in the Godhead’: http://mlwi.magix.net/turtles.htm

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