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“ EARLY CHRISTIAN BINITARIANISM ” : FROM RELIGIOUS PHENOMENON TO POLEMICAL INSULT TO SCHOLARLY CONCEPTmoth

@inproceedings{Segal2010EC,
  title={“ EARLY CHRISTIAN BINITARIANISM ” : FROM RELIGIOUS PHENOMENON TO POLEMICAL INSULT TO SCHOLARLY CONCEPTmoth},
  author={Allan Segal and Larry W. Hurtado},
  year={2010}
}
The pages to follow propose a critical consideration of the use of “binitarianism”, “binitarian monotheism” and related concepts (e.g., Geistchristologie/ “Spirit Christology”, and “angelic” or “angelomorphic Pneumatology”) in scholarship on Christian Origins and Early Christianity. I will provide, first, a brief review of past and present uses of “binitarian monotheism”. This review must include the use of “ditheism” in the course of second–, third–, and fourth–century intra-Christian polemics… 

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