Resources on Perichoresis

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Topical Study on Perichoresis Perichoresis (para-cor-AY-sis) is a Greek term from the ancient Christian church describing the mutual indwelling of the three persons of the Holy Trinity. Stemming from Jesus' testimony in John's gospel that the Father and the Son are "in" each other, the doctrine of perichoresis describes an intra-trinitarian hospitality of each... Living in Perichoresis Commentary/Exegesis http://www.aplainaccount.org/john-14-8-17/ Commentary/Exegesis Topics: Perichoresis , Trinity , Relationship , Union With Christ Source: A Plain Account In his Farewell Discourse (John 14:8-17), Jesus initiated the disciples into the inner workings of the Trinity, inviting his followers then and now to experience perichoresis: to abide, dwell, indwell, and have union with the Trinity. Theology of the Cloud Article by Tom Arthur https://www.faithandleadership.com/tom-arthur-theology-cloud Article by Tom Arthur Topics: Perichoresis , Ascension , Social Media , Bible Source: Faith and Leadership In this article, Tom Arthur offers a brief theological sketch for social media, using four biblical-theological concepts: people of the Book, the ascension, perichoresis, and the parousia. Being #TrulyHuman in Protest: The Icon of the Trinity Article by Ty Grigg https://www.missioalliance.org/being-trulyhuman-in-protest-the-icon-of-the-trinity/ Article by Ty Grigg Topics: Perichoresis , Trinity , God's oneness , Image of God Source: Missio Alliance While the church may not experience perfect unity, it is called to be an icon of the unity of the Trinity. According to Ty Grigg, this unity—or perichoresis—provides a model for protest as sacrament. Revealed in Story Sermon Starter/Outline by Dennis Hamm http://liturgy.slu.edu/TrinityB052718/theword_hamm.html Sermon Starter/Outline by Dennis Hamm Topics: Prayer , Trinity , Knowledge of God Source: The Sunday Website It is more readily in our prayer than in our formal theology that we come to understand the Trinity. A reflection on Deuteronomy 4:32-34, 39-40, Romans 8:14-17, and Matthew 28:16-20 by Dennis Hamm. The Relational Trinity Sermon Starter/Outline by Scott E Hoezee http://cep.calvinseminary.edu/sermon-starters/trinity-sunday-c/?type=the_lectionary_gospel Sermon Starter/Outline by Scott E Hoezee Topics: Perichoresis , Trinity , Trinity Sunday , Holy Spirit Source: Center for Excellence in Preaching In John 16, Jesus gives perhaps the most complete articulation of the Trinity, portraying the Trinity not systematically, but relationally. This sermon starter provides suggestions for preaching the love that characterizes the Trinity. Homilies for Easter, Ascension, and Pentecost Sermon (Complete) by David Poecking https://www.hprweb.com/2020/05/homilies-for-may-2020/ Sermon (Complete) by David Poecking Topics: Pentecost , Ascension , Priesthood Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review In this set of six Catholic homilies, David Poecking reflects on anticlericalism and the Good Shepherd, the Church as fruit of Jesus’s sacrifice, the Holy Spirit as an advocate, ascension, Christ’s high priestly prayer, and Pentecost. Resurrecting the Trinity Commentary/Exegesis by David J Lose https://www.workingpreacher.org/dear-working-preacher/resurrecting-the-trinity Commentary/Exegesis by David J Lose Topics: Perichoresis , Trinity , Relationship , Preaching Source: Working Preacher In this sermon starter for John 16:12-15, David Lose examines the ways in which the doctrine of the Trinity makes a difference in the average Christian’s life. Plucking the TULIP (4) — An Orthodox Critique of the Reformed Doctrine of Predestination Article by Robert Arakaki https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/orthodoxbridge/plucking-the-tulip-4-an-eastern-orthodox-critique-of-the-reformed-doctrine-of-predestination/ Article by Robert Arakaki Topics: Persons , Reformed Doctrine of Predestination Source: Ancient Faith Blog Robert Arakaki offers an Orthodox critique of Reformed theology, specifically Reformed monergism and its "heretical implications," arguing instead for a personal approach: personal faith in Christ and personal union with Christ that transforms us. Our Church and Vision Article by John Navone http://www.hprweb.com/2016/01/our-church-and-vision/ Article by John Navone Topics: Ecclesiology , Ecumenism , Trinity , Christ Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review John Navone discusses the necessity of sustained ecumenical dialogue and relationship between the Catholic church and other Christian denominations, based on the Church's common foundation in Christ. Art, Worship, Creation... Article by Ken Myers https://biologos.org/blogs/archive/art-worship-creation-and-imaginative-engagement Article by Ken Myers Topics: Worship , Creation , Art , Creativity Source: Biologos A sermon on art and worship: video and transcript "Art that resonates with the order in creation conveys to us a deeper character of our creator and the character of the order he has placed there." The Holy Spirit's Groaning Prayers Sermon Starter/Outline by Stan Mast http://cep.calvinseminary.edu/sermon-starters/pentecost-b/?type=lectionary_epistle Sermon Starter/Outline by Stan Mast Topics: Holy Spirit , Pentecost , Romans Source: Center for Excellence in Preaching A sermon starter on Romans 8:22-27 for the celebration of Pentecost. Stan Mast talks about the holy spirit's most tender and Christ-like work: intercessory prayers and groans. Illustration ideas are included. Notes for a Holy Saturday Sermon Sermon Starter/Outline by Sam Adams http://www.bendmennonite.org/contemplations/2018/3/31/notes-for-a-holy-saturday-sermon Sermon Starter/Outline by Sam Adams Topics: Holy Saturday , Suffering , Worship Planning , Sermon Source: Bend Mennonite Church A sermon starter and commentary on John 19:38-42 and Psalm 31:1-4, 15-16 for Holy Saturday that affirms the reality of suffering. Includes sermon outline, illustrations and a poem. Full Text Hymns on Perichoresis The Play of the Godhead©
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High Priest in the Order of Melchizedek Sermon Starter/Outline by Stan Mast http://cep.calvinseminary.edu/sermon-starters/lent-5b/?type=lectionary_epistle Sermon Starter/Outline by Stan Mast Topics: Preaching , Adam Source: Center for Excellence in Preaching This sermon starter on Hebrews 5:1-10 considers some textual issues, concluding that Jesus finished his race, completed his mission of becoming a perfect human being, thus reversing the course of Adam’s life. Dance of the Trinity on the Shoreline Image by Global Christian Worship http://globalworship.tumblr.com/post/120415946340/dance-of-the-trinity-on-the-shoreline Image by Global Christian Worship Topics: Perichoresis , Love , Trinity , Dance Source: Global Worship Andres Amador creates giant sand patterns on beaches using only a rake. His beautiful designs integrate art and nature united in the universal movements of earth, air, water, fire, planets and stars, seashells and galaxies. True Connection Requires Our Bodies and Our Minds Article by Christena Cleveland https://onbeing.org/blog/christena-cleveland-true-connection-requires-our-bodies-and-our-minds/ Article by Christena Cleveland Topics: Perichoresis , Culture , Relationship , Spirit Source: On Being This article considers how we are enfleshed spirits, where our spirituality is rooted in our physical world. Evidence for Christ’s Descent Into Hell Article by Robert Arakaki https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/orthodoxbridge/evidence-christs-descent-hell/ Article by Robert Arakaki Topics: Hell Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Robert Arakaki explores Christ’s descent into Hell from the perspective of scripture and Church tradition. Ecumenical Hermeneutics for a Plural Christianity Article by Rudolf vonSinner http://www.religion-online.org/article/ecumenical-hermeneutics-for-a-plural-christianity-reflections-on-contextuality-and-catholicity/ Article by Rudolf vonSinner Topics: Ecumenism , Trinity , Hermeneutics , Image of God Source: Religion Online Rudolf vonSinner explores the significance of the Ecumenical Movement from the perspective of the Commission of the Faith and Order of the World Council of Churches, more specifically pertaining to Trinitarian theology. To Build a Fire Devotional by Julie Dotterweich Gunby http://www.ekklesiaproject.org/blog/2019/06/to-build-a-fire/ Devotional by Julie Dotterweich Gunby Topics: Baptism , Trinity , Fire , Light Source: Ekklesia Project In this devotional, Julie Dotterweich Gunby considers how Proverbs 8:1-4; 22-31, Psalm 8, and Romans 5:1-5 portray the role of the Trinity during baptism and how the themes of creation and redemption connect these passages. Become! Sermon (Complete) by George Cladis https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/sermon-notes/become-connect-to-the-workplace-by-seeding-faith-john-15-sermon-notes Sermon (Complete) by George Cladis Topics: Faith , Work Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling This sermon on John 15:1-17 focuses on connections in the workplace that sow seeds of faith, suggesting that we bear fruit when we engage, when we love and care, and when we share hospitality. Prayer to the Trinity: Blest Community Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2013/04/prayer-to-trinity-blest-community.html Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst Topics: Perichoresis , Prayer , Trinity , Community Source: Re-Worship A contemplative prayer of petition to the Trinity. Make us like you, "eternally giving... and eternally receiving." Teach us "your dance of surrendered love."