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{{etyl|grc}} {{term|περί|lang=grc||around}} + {{term|χορεύω||lang=grc||dance}}, because the relationship between the three members of the Trinity was described by early Christians as an eternal 'holy dance' of each member around the other two.
 
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# The [[doctrine]] of the [[Trinity]]. The word is derived from the Greek “peri-choresis” which translates as, “peri” meaning around, “choresis” meaning to dance (the same root as choreography). The relationship between the Persons of the Trinity was described, by early Christians, as an eternal Holy Dance of each Person in the Trinity around and within the Others.
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# {{christianity}} The [[doctrine]] of the [[Trinity]].
   
 
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Revision as of 04:52, 27 March 2012

English

Ancient Greek περί (perí, around) + χορεύω (khoreúō), because the relationship between the three members of the Trinity was described by early Christians as an eternal 'holy dance' of each member around the other two.

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perichoresis (uncountable)

  1. Template:christianity The doctrine of the Trinity.

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