A scene from the Leben der heiligen Altväter (1482)

Junius on the Trinity

A series of video conversations about the trinitarian theology of Franciscus Junius (1545-1602), with Ryan M. Hurd, based on Ryan’s translation of Junius’ Disputation on the Father and the Son.

Junius on the Trinity 1

Fred Sanders and Ryan Hurd discuss Franciscus Junius’ disputation “On the Persons of the Father and the Son.” Introduction to the series of conversations; Junius’ introduction to the disputation; Junius’ Thesis One.

Junius on the Trinity 2

Fred Sanders and Ryan Hurd discuss Franciscus Junius’ disputation “On the Persons of the Father and the Son.” Thesis 2 teaches us how we can understand God the Father more clearly if we make sure not to confuse his personal fatherhood with the way the Triune God is “father” of the world.

Junius on the Trinity 3

Fred Sanders and Ryan Hurd talk about Franciscus Junius’ previously untranslated Disputation on the Persons of the Father and the Son, Theses 3-5 on the distinct personhood of the Father.

Junius on the Trinity 4

Fred Sanders and Ryan Hurd talk about Franciscus Junius’ previously untranslated Disputation on the Persons of the Father and the Son, Theses 6 & 7, on the firstness of the Father.

Junius on the Trinity 5

Fred Sanders and Ryan Hurd talk about Franciscus Junius’ previously untranslated Disputation on the Persons of the Father and the Son, Theses 8 & 9, on the Father’s personal aseity.