Leithart on his post here: http://www.leithart.com/2010/07/03/harmony-in-god/
So it seems that harmony in God must include some moment from dissonance to closure. Or, to put it in the paradoxical form that is probably inevitable: The Triune God is always moving toward the resolution that He has always already reached. As Robert Jenson has put it, there does seem to be room for the notion that the Spirit resolves and reconciles Father and Son, so that the Speaker and His Word are harmonized in His breadth.
i'm assuming this is about 'God's being is in His becoming' kinda stuff
but i'm wondering if this is still a 'static' view of God
why not the dynamic relationship between the Father and the Son be an 'upward spiral'
since according to Scripture sin is a 'downward spiral' - towards singularity - true lonely selfishness
then the eternal Triune God must be a constant outward expanding relationship
that overlaps itself in greater and greater proportion
this is why creation was almost 'inevitable'
and the endless ages to come - a great un-expressable joy!
so in musical terms... there is always a melody resulting in closure, yet that closure becomes the starting point for a new and greater harmony
so God is never unresolved, yet also never 'closed'
again.. i have very little idea of what i'm talking about