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“The One and Only God”

A Mormon Christology of Radical Inclusion

Photo by Fatih Özdemir on Unsplash, taken in Trabzon Turkey Sumela Monastery.

In The Monstrosity of Christ, Slavoj Zizek describes “the key doctrinal division between [Eastern] Orthodoxy and Western Christianity (both Catholicism and Protestantism)”: namely, the relation between the three members of the Trinity; or, rather, how the Holy Spirit relates to the Father and the Son.

“…for the Latin tradition…

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Nathan Smith

Nathan Smith

Independent writer interested in psychology, philosophy, literature, religion. www.nathansmithbooks.com @NateSmithSNF