As Trinitarians Christians often, and rightly, refer to the inner reality of God’s singular life as his ousia or ‘being.’ The fear might be that Christians might be imposing Hellenistic (i.e. classical Greek philosophical) categories onto God thus morphing him into an tertium quid, or even worse something completely alien to who he actually is. […]

via Language About God’s Life: How Language Ought to Be Transformed By God’s Self-Revelation in Theological Discourse — The Evangelical Calvinist

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