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Consisting of three in one (used especially with reference to the Trinity):‘the triune Godhead’
- ‘The christological inflection of the triune name is the familiar formula ‘the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.’’
- ‘Discernment of tradition is primarily a response to God, specifically the triune God of ‘an orthodox Trinitarian theology.’’
- ‘As we shall see, each inflection of the triune name identifies all three persons of the Trinity.’
- ‘The Holy Spirit is the third member of the triune Godhead: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.’
- ‘Conversely, when Christians read the Scriptures in a way that permits the theological inflection of the triune name to drop out of consideration or awareness, the identity of the divine persons is illuminated in a one-sided way.’
Early 17th century: from tri- ‘three’ + Latin unus one.
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