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Divine MultiplicityTrinities, Diversities, and the Nature of Relation$
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Chris Boesel and S. Wesley Ariarajah

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780823253951

Published to Fordham Scholarship Online: May 2014

DOI: 10.5422/fordham/9780823253951.001.0001

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The Holy Spirit, the Story of God

The Holy Spirit, the Story of God

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(p.193) The Holy Spirit, the Story of God
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Divine Multiplicity
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Sam Laurent

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Fordham University Press
DOI:10.5422/fordham/9780823253951.003.0011

This chapter explores the possibilities of a pneumatology of story, envisioning the trinitarian Spirit of the Christian tradition as the “paradoxically multiple story of God.” It suggests that the notion of Spirit as Story provides a conceptual framework for understanding both divine and creaturely multiplicity, not as challenge or predicament, but as the very structure of creaturely life with God. Drawing on the work of Eugene Rogers and Kathryn Tanner, the chapter employs their concepts of the paraphysicality and incarnationality of the Spirit to describe the fundamentally diversifying work of the Spirit within God's trinitarian engagement with creation. It concludes by turning to Laurel Schneider's notion of the “narrative forms of truth-making” to flesh out an understanding of “the role of the incarnational Spirit in the diversity of religious views”.

Keywords:   trinitarian theology, spirit, story, divine multiplicity, Eugene Rogers, Kathryn Tanner, Laurel Schneider

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