structure, as much as anything else, imparts power to the tail.
In a statement issued and signed by the Press Secretary, FCT Permanent Secretary's office, Tony Odey, a copy of which was made available to Sunday Triune
, on Saturday in Abuja, the permanent secretary said the figure showed that January allocation was higher than previous month by over N100 million and the highest so far since 2015, following the sudden slump in oil price in the international market.
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Their topics include the order and movement of eternity: Karl Barth on the eternity of God and creaturely time, the resonating body in triune
eternity, towards a doctrine of resurrection, Eucharist and immortality: Reformed reflections on the eschatological dimension of the sacrament, and technological immortalization and original mortality: Karl Barth on the celebration of finitude.
In Search of the Triune
God: The Christian Paths of East and West.
It presupposes that ecumenism can be understood as concerning the love of the triune
God and the way in which denominations embody love in ecclesial and ecumenical structures, and that this particular kind of ecumenism changed the mind and heart of the Dutch Reformed Church (DRC) in South Africa, paving the way for deeper ecumenical engagement.
However, this identification of the Triune
God as the Creator and the corresponding implications of this identification are frequently overlooked or obscured in debates surrounding creation and the relationship between faith and science as they play out at a more popular level.
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Karkkainen views understanding the Trinity as enmeshed with the task of "discernment of the unfolding of the economy of salvation," that is, the creating, providing, saving, and conserving work of the triune
God on the way to the eschatological communion of all God's people (180).
Professor Griffiths imagines heaven as an endless, repetitively static, communal, and enfleshed adoration of the triune
God in which angels, nonhuman animals, and inanimate objects each find a place.
Grenz's writings on a Triune
God receive focus in each chapter, from his attention to Jesus as the imago Dei to the relation of Trinitarianism to ethics.