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The Trinity: A Theological and Spiritual History

  • Saint Louis University
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The Trinity is the foundation of our faith, the lifeblood of our liturgy. In this remarkable course, you will come to understand the Trinitarian theology and history as never before.

The idea of one God as three persons cannot be understood through human reason alone. Indeed, the doctrine of the Trinity was not something that Christians fully grasped the early stages of the Church. Since then, the ecumenical councils and Christianity’s great theologians have developed an understanding of this great mystery, giving us the necessary language to discuss it.

Now, The Trinity: A Theological and Spiritual History encapsulates two millennia of Trinitarian theology in a remarkable 12-lecture series. Thorough yet accessible, this course covers the fascinating history of Trinitarian doctrine, from the first disciples to the pews of modern churches. Along the way, you’ll explore how the Trinity manifests itself in sacred Scripture, the Mass, and the Catechism.

The doctrine of God’s triune existence has always been the foundation of Christian belief. After rooting yourself in the scriptural origins of the Trinity, you’ll explore how the first Christians unfolded the teaching Jesus left to His disciples. Moving through the history of the Trinity, you will come to see its mystery not as an abstract doctrine, but rather as the manifestation of Christian discipleship. 

Explore the power of the Trinity today.

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Topic Titles
Topic Titles
  • The Trinity in Sacred Scripture
  • The Greek Fathers: Three Persons in One Substance
  • The Latin Fathers: The Beauty of Relationship
  • The History of the Trinitarian Creeds
  • The Filioque
  • The Doctors of the Middle Ages
  • The Mystics of the Middle Ages
  • The Trinity at the Reformation
  • The Trinity Under Attack: The Enlightenment & Early Modernism
  • The Twentieth Century
  • The Trinity and Eastern Orthodoxy
  • The Trinity in the Mass and the Catechism of the Catholic Church
About Your Presenter

Fr. David Vincent Meconi, S.J., D.Phil., is an expert on Early Church History. He earned his doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford and holds the pontifical license in Early Church History from the University of Innsbruck in Austria. He is currently the Director of the new Catholic Studies Centre at Saint Louis University, where he is also an Associate Professor of Historical Theology. He is also the editor of Homiletic and Pastoral Review and has published numerous books and articles on the early Church. Fr. Meconi is a Fellow of the Augustinian Institute at Villanova University, and he serves on the board of the St. Benedict Forum at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, as well as on the ecclesiastical board of Boston College.

Praise for Fr. David Vincent Meconi, S.J., D.Phil.

“The brilliant Augustine scholar Fr. David Meconi is well-known for his boundless energy in teaching, preaching, and writing… His personal love for the Trinity shines forth in his scholarship, and now it is available through Now You Know Media. Everyone who can’t take his courses at Saint Louis University needs this lecture series.”
– Matthew Levering, Mundelein Seminary

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