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The Trinity of Human Ontology: Relationships, Identity, and Meaning

by Megan Clunan

To be human requires relationships, identity, and meaning; a trinity that is exemplified by God the Father, Jesus Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

Within our postmodern post-Christian, and individualistic culture, relational connectivity is unequivocally lacking. Such lack has resulted in the loss identity, initiating a loss of meaning, therein leading to the loss of ourselves.

Utilizing the insights of sociology, psychology, and Christian theology, I will discuss an integrative understanding of humanity’s ontology, regarding relationships, identity, and meaning.

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