Some over-thinking Christians would like to scrap the Trinity. Bad idea. Let’s see how the doctrine to our daily lives and relationship with God.
The Trinity—also called Triunity or three persons contained in one God—is who God is in his fullest united, one essence.
Here are standard objections and answers to them.
A prominent pastor said on global Christian television (paraphrased): “God the Father, God the Son, and God the Spirit. See? Three Gods! Right? All agree? Okay!” Not okay. We must learn about defective teachings, so we can steer clear of them.
This article covers the Arian heresy and its modern-day equivalent in the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
This is the most important and well-known verse in the Bible, but do we consider what that phrase means?
The two areas interact—God created, but his highest creation fell. Now humans need redemption. How does the Trinity accomplish this?
Here are what a few long-time professional theologians say about it. They will keep your thoughts in order—or show you how much a mystery the Trinity is!
The Father Son, and Holy Spirit appear everywhere in the New Testament, but here are five famous declarations of the three persons in the same passage.
The inner life of God is rich and plural within unity or oneness.
The illustrations must not be taken as perfect and all-revealing. Each has weaknesses. But they can still help.
It’s important to define the terms, so the rest of the doctrine of the Trinity can be clear—or clear enough.
If you want to learn the basics, this post is for you, in a convenient Q&A format.
An attribute is also called a perfection. It is amazing. God can never improve or get worse. He is who he is, period.
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