Building on recent discussions about Paul and the Trinity, this essay argues that 1 Corinthians bears witness to Paul’s surprisingly comprehensive Trinitarian theology, both economic (experienced) and immanent (ontological). These “traces” of the Trinity are found in texts about the Father, Son, and Spirit that reveal aspects of Paul’s soteriology, ecclesiology, ethics, understanding of revelation, Christology, and pneumatology.

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