Here are the 7 parts of Knowing and the Trinity: How Perspectives in Human Knowledge Imitate the Trinity by Vern S. Poythress
WHAT ARE PERSPECTIVES?
We explain perspectives and then consider three kinds: spatial perspectives, personal perspectives, and thematic perspectives. A spatial perspective is a view of a visible scene from a particular vantage point in space. A personal perspective is the view that an individual person has concerning the world or some subject. A thematic perspective is a temporary thematic starting point for exploring a subject matter, with the hope of discovering more and growing in truth.
1. The Mystery of Perspectives
2. Spatial Perspectives
3. Personal Perspectives
4. Thematic Perspectives
5. Commonalities in Perspectives
We consider the basic aspects of biblical teaching about the Trinity.
6. Basic Biblical Teaching about the Trinity
8. Analogies for Relations in the Trinity
9. Comparing Analogies for the Trinity
10. Knowledge of the Trinity
PERSPECTIVES FROM THE TRINITY
Now we consider some triads of perspectives that originate from the Trinity.
11. Perspectives on Reflections
12. Perspectives from Trinitarian Analogies
13. Perspectives on Ethics
14. Perspectives on Lordship
15. Perspectives on Office
We consider how we may classify the various triads that we have surveyed in the previous chapters.
16. A Triad for Revelation
17. Trinitarian Classification of Perspectives
APPLYING PERSPECTIVES TO THEOLOGICAL QUESTIONS
Examples illustrate how the use of perspectives can illumine questions relating to theology.
18. Transcendence and Immanence
19. Attributes of God as Perspectives
20. God’s Acting in Time and Space
21. God’s Creating
22. A Mystery of Indwelling
23. The Third-Man Argument
24. The Generation of the Son
25. The Procession of the Holy Spirit
26. Classes, and the Problem of the One and the Many
27. Human Responsibility
28. Conceptual Growth
THE NATURE OF PERSPECTIVES
We endeavor to clarify the nature of perspectives and reasoning that uses perspectives and analogies.
29. Distinctives of Perspectival Reasoning
30. Perspectival Knowledge in the Trinity
31. Personal Perspectives and Thematic Perspectives
32. Attributes of God and Perspectives on God
33. Classical Perspectives concerning God
34. Perspectival Context for Attributes of God
35. Challenges to Theological Reasoning
We explore how a few starting principles lead to and reinforce a wider area of theological truths.
36. Expanded Classification of Perspectives
37. Three Persons and Triads
38. Deriving Attributes of God
39. Deriving Perspectives