Social Trinitarianism Unscathed

Stephen T. Davis, Eric T. Yang


Social Trinitarianism (ST) is a family of views that bear some resemblance to each other in a way that distinguishes them from other Trinitarian accounts.  In this paper, we address recent objections by Carl Mosser against ST, objections which have not received much attention by defenders of ST.  Mosser claims that proponents of ST offer a narrative that is historically inaccurate, employs concepts of personhood and perichoresis that are incompatible, upholds dubious hermeneutical assumptions, and is unable to preclude Mormon theology within its fold.  We argue that all four criticisms fail, especially for a specific version of ST:  Perichoretic Monotheism.  

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