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Believing Three Ways in One God

Believing Three Ways in One God

A Reading of the Apostles’ Creed

Nicholas Lash

This brief interpretation of the Apostles’ Creed enables readers to thoroughly
understand the Creed, structurally and theologically, in the face of widespread
contemporary misreading.

ISBN: 978-0-268-00692-1
136 pages
Publication Year: 1993

Nicholas Lash is Emeritus Norris-Hulse Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge and author of the book Easter in Ordinary, also published by the University of Notre Dame Press.

“With characteristic verve and epigrammatic wit, Nicholas Lash has crafted a tantalizing reflection on the trinitarian dynamic of reality.” — Journal of Religion

“Only a first-rate thinker and stylist could achieve such a union of substance and brevity. And Lash is outstanding in both the depth of his thought and the clarity of his writing.” — Commonweal

“Lash’s reading of the Apostles’ Creed is a welcome, insightful corrective to commentaries that stop with an explanation of the text.” — Worship

“Fortunately for us, Professor Lash has a gift for simplifying some of the most complex and formal aspects of the discussions about language and reality as they may relate to theology. His discussion about interpretation is especially helpful both to the unintiated and those familiar with current issues.” — Pro Ecclesia

“Nicholas Lash has given us the gift of a creative and evocative reading of the Apostle’s Creed.” — Theology Today

“An insightful examination of a central statement of the Christian faith . . . Those who seek a deeper understanding of the creed will find this book substantial.” — National Catholic Reporter

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Easter in Ordinary

Reflections on Human Experience and the Knowledge of God

Nicholas Lash

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Theology for Pilgrims

Nicholas LashIntroduction by Fergus Kerr

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Orthodox Christian Perspectives on War


Edited by Perry T. Hamalis and Valerie A. Karras

P03292

Eastern Orthodox Christianity and American Higher Education

Theological, Historical, and Contemporary Reflections


Edited by Ann Mitsakos Bezzerides and Elizabeth H. Prodromou

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Dogma of the Immaculate Conception

History and Significance


Edited by Edward Dennis O’Connor, C.S.C.

Believing Three Ways in One God

A Reading of the Apostles’ Creed

Nicholas Lash

 Believing Three Ways in One God: A Reading of the Apostles’ Creed
Paper Edition

This brief interpretation of the Apostles’ Creed enables readers to thoroughly
understand the Creed, structurally and theologically, in the face of widespread
contemporary misreading.

ISBN: 978-0-268-00692-1

136 pages

“With characteristic verve and epigrammatic wit, Nicholas Lash has crafted a tantalizing reflection on the trinitarian dynamic of reality.” — Journal of Religion

“Only a first-rate thinker and stylist could achieve such a union of substance and brevity. And Lash is outstanding in both the depth of his thought and the clarity of his writing.” — Commonweal

“Lash’s reading of the Apostles’ Creed is a welcome, insightful corrective to commentaries that stop with an explanation of the text.” — Worship

“Fortunately for us, Professor Lash has a gift for simplifying some of the most complex and formal aspects of the discussions about language and reality as they may relate to theology. His discussion about interpretation is especially helpful both to the unintiated and those familiar with current issues.” — Pro Ecclesia

“Nicholas Lash has given us the gift of a creative and evocative reading of the Apostle’s Creed.” — Theology Today

“An insightful examination of a central statement of the Christian faith . . . Those who seek a deeper understanding of the creed will find this book substantial.” — National Catholic Reporter