On the Trinity: Present Seminar: This bi-weekly seminar gradually works through Bernard Lonergan's systematic theology of the Trinity. To participate online via Skype, or to attend the seminar, please contact Br. Dunstan Robidoux. Below please find the weekly notes and podcasts from past seminars.
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Past Seminars Now Complete
A. Bernard Lonergan's The Triune God: Systematics. Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5a, 5b Session 6 Session 7 Session 8
B. St. Augustine's On the Trinity (De Trinitate). The text is a translation by Edmund Hill OP, The Trinity. Seminar Notes
Published on internet with the kind permission of the journal, Pacifica, who can be reached at www.pacifica.org.au
A helpful introduction to the psychological analogy of the Trinity written by Dr. Neil Ormerod (especially useful as one tries to understand the use of this analogy in our contemporary context)
Notes on Lonergan's understanding of intellectual emanations and how these apply toward a better understanding on how we can speak intelligently about proceedings as these exist within the Trinity
This is a direct link to a pdf file which attempts to explain what Lonergan says in chapter one of his The Triune God: Systematics where he speaks about the nature of theology and how one best distinguishes between dogmatic and systematic theology.
Revised as of December 10, 2010