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The questions asked of the panel in this clip and the presenters who offered responses to them are listed below, sometimes in shortened form:

  1. Must Muslims adopt a somewhat Trinitarian view in order to account for how God can be seen "talking with Adam"?
    Response from:  Seyyed Hossein Nasr


  2. Is the uniqueness of Christ, as given in the Quran, sufficient for Christians who wish also to emphasize Christ's uniqueness?
    Response from:  Bishop Kallistos Ware


  3. Must not an apophatic approach be applied to 'understanding' Christian formulations of the Trinity?
    Response from:  Ware


  4. When the Hesychasts are taught to lay aside all "thoughts," are they not being taught that in some sense they must lay aside "definitions" as well?
    Responses from:  Ware and Vincent Rossi

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Christ the Merciful,
mosaic icon, Byzantine,
11th or 12th c.
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