PERICHORESIS AND MISSIONAL THEOLOGY: HUMANITY’S INVITATION INTO THE MISSION OF GOD

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PERICHORESIS AND MISSIONAL THEOLOGY: HUMANITY’S INVITATION INTO THE MISSION OF GOD

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Hannah Jones-Nelson is a graduate of Olivet Nazarene University, and currently enrolled as a student at Nazarene Theological Seminary. She is the Youth Pastor at South Church of the Nazarene in Michigan.

April 2022

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"Jones-Nelson’s treatise addressing the theological concept of perichoresis as the intimate relationship, or dance, of the trinity; a relationship that allows humanity to both extend and fulfill the missio dei. Ms. Jones-Nelson’s writing reflects an ongoing engagement around a theology of the mission of God seen in other writings (see Didache 20:2 for additional writings"

Dean G. Blevins, Ed. Introduction to Didache Vol. 21, N. 2.

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Book

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Winter 2022

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The journal is sponsored by the International Board of Education (IBOE) of the Church of the Nazarene

Keywords

Missional theology, perichoresis, Wesleyan, Trinity

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Scholarship of Discovery

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"PERICHORESIS AND MISSIONAL THEOLOGY: HUMANITY’S INVITATION INTO THE MISSION OF GOD" by Hannah Jones-Nelson

Published in Didache: Faithful Teaching 21:2 (Winter 2022)

ISSN: 15360156 (web version) – http://didache.nazarene.org

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