The Divine Missions and Trinitarian Theology w/ Adonis Vidu

In this episode, I talk with Dr. Adonis Vidu about his recent work on the divine missions and inseparable operations. We discuss the relationship between these two works, some of the central moves he makes in his treatment of these areas, and also the role of Trinitarian theology in the life of the believer and ministry among the churches.

Vidu is Professor of Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and teaches courses on theological method, Trinitarian theology, and contemporary systematic theology.

His most recent book is on the Divine Missions:
The Divine Missions: An Introduction

His previous book is an extended treatment of Inseparable Operations:
The Same God Who Works All Things: Inseparable Operations in Trinitarian Theology

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