To Whom Can God Speak?
Trinitarian Persons in Gregory of Nyssa and William Hasker
Keywords:Theology, Gregory of Nyssa, Trinity, Social Trinitarianism, William Hasker
The theological works of Gregory of Nyssa have proved fertile ground for modern philosophers or theologians seeking to give a good account of the Trinity. Those eager to give a traditionally grounded account look to theological giants like Gregory for support. One relatively recent example of this is William Hasker’s pro-Social account. While much of Hasker’s work is laudable, this paper argues that his specific account of “person” is incompatible with at least one passage in Gregory.
How to Cite
King, D. S. (2022). To Whom Can God Speak? Trinitarian Persons in Gregory of Nyssa and William Hasker. TheoLogica: An International Journal for Philosophy of Religion and Philosophical Theology, 6(2), 59–68. https://doi.org/10.14428/thl.v6i2.63573
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