As we shall see, each inflection of the triune name identifies all three persons of the Trinity.
The christological inflection of the triune name is the familiar formula ‘the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.’
The Holy Spirit is the third member of the triune Godhead: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
Conversely, when Christians read the Scriptures in a way that permits the theological inflection of the triune name to drop out of consideration or awareness, the identity of the divine persons is illuminated in a one-sided way.
Discernment of tradition is primarily a response to God, specifically the triune God of ‘an orthodox Trinitarian theology.’
Note that when we talk of the functioning of the triunities , these meanings imply the realization of purpose and hence of value.
Not only is the plurality of God found in the Old Testament, but the members of the triunity are also defined.
This suggests that the centrality of God's triunity goes beyond the doctrine of God.
God is not an isolated, motionless ‘being’ - he is not a static unity, but a dynamic triunity .
The triunities eventuate the realization of infinity as universal function.