A Trinitarian, relational worldview

How does one make sense of the world and God's relationship with it? These are always big questions, but of particular note as we remember 9/11.

Though the video below does not address 9/11 specifically, it provides relevant insight. Jim Cantelon, a host of the Canadian program 100 Huntley Street, interviews L.T. Jeyachandran concerning how a trinitarian, relational theology informs L.T.'s understanding of the world. L.T. is an apologist and speaker who oversees the Singapore operations of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries.

Food for thought (and feel free to comment)!

Comments

  1. Wow! Thanks for sharing this! Good stuff for helping those of us with an increasing Trinitarian perspective to see how God the Trinity is the fundamental ground and grammar of everything. I also appreciate how it speaks practically to any and every situation like nothing else possibly could! The statement clarifying that before God the Trinity created anything He was relational in His own being is a key thought for helping us cut through to the core of all issues! The discussion on "Revelation vs. Perspective" through the illustration of the blind men touching an elephant is nothing short of inspired genius - and hilarious! Ha-Ha!

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