In The Doctrine Of Koinonia, The Christian Torture

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Koinonia is the communion and participation of Christians whose relationships are experienced with God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, and themselves, according to the Westminster Theological Dictionary. Koinonia is the Christian communion, partaking, or participation in the body of Christ. The concept of koinonia is a consistent theme that found its place in all of the doctrines learned this semester. These doctrines are Revelation, Triune God, Incarnate Christ, Creation, Sin, and the Problem of Evil, Church and Sacraments, and Future Christian Hope. In the Doctrine of Revelation, the God’s revelation is described as God acting, creating and redeeming through incarnation, and that it will always continue. God is doing it for communion. God’s revelation is personal. To reveal the mystery of reaching God, God reveals Himself communally. God comes to us, so that we do not need to become Gods to reach him. The revelation of God is trinity, a triune and perichoretic God. …show more content…
Full communion is with the creation of God. God’s kenotic communion with us survives after our deaths. Communion is our partaking and participating in what God has created and our humanity. When we die, we become fully of what God created us for. In the triune life of God, perichoresis means to make room around one’s self for one another, such as the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The triune life of God is perfect and ever receiving love. The triune perichoretic love shows that God is not arbitrary in his actions, because he is triune. The triune perichoretic love can be seen on the cross. It shows that God uses acts of love. It shows that God has the ability to do whatever it takes to redeem His people and save the world through the full restoration of

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