Simply put, I am a Trinitarian because I believe that the Trinity doctrine is found in the pages of Scripture. However, the Trinity doctrine is not a "simply put" doctrine. It can be difficult to explain because it holds together three important concepts simultaneously.
Why I am A Trinitarian. Version Download 10; File Size 1.39 MB; Create Date February 14, 2021; Download; Why did I chose to write on this subject? I have collected some of the subject matter in this book over several decades, and it has been published or I have taught it in portions over that time. But now, the time seemed ripe to gather these
Why I Am a Trinitarian – and Why I Don’t Get Excited About ? Why I am a Trinitarian – and why I don’t get excited about it. I am a Trinitarian. It is a name given to anyone who holds to the doctrine of the Trinity. However, it’s not a topic that I feel is something that I must champion. It just doesn’t get me fired up as it does other Christians. The word “Trinity” is not found in Scripture.
Why I am a Trinitarian Christian? Why I am a Trinitarian Christian The Trinity is one of the unifying doctrines between the various branches of the Christian faith. We may disagree on minor points of theology, but for the most part the Christian God has been proclaimed by Christian people as one God revealed in three persons—the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
I am a Trinitarian because the Bible teaches both the Trinity and the Unity of God. The Bible teaches, there is one God. “Hear, O Israel, the LORD our God (Gods) is one LORD.” Deut. 6:4.
Why I'm No Longer A Trinitarian The Doctrine of the ? Most Christians believe that the Trinity means belief in the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. While Trinitarians believe in these three, this definition is not correct. Based on this definition, I’m still a Trinitarian. Because the doctrine of the Trinity is not in the Bible, there exists some ambiguity within the …
Why I am a Trinitarian Hedonist – Christ the Truth? 0 thoughts on “ Why I am a Trinitarian Hedonist ” dave November 19, 2009 at 10:39 pm. I think that's might be why I prefered The Pleasures of God cos it has a whole chapter on the pleasure of God in his son which was what really blew me away.
The idea of a Trinity is completely foreign to the Old Testament. A baby was born of the Holy Spirit thus He was the Son of God. This is the first definite mention of God being or having an actual son. We are supposed to believe that this is just coincidence.
How do you explain Trinity or non Trinitarian views ? I am a Trinitarian from reading the Bible in the cultural context of a Church Body that believes in the Trinity and from studying church history including the Church Fathers who were taught by the Apostles. It is time for me to go to bed. I likely, will not have time to post until next week. I am guessing you read, One God & One Lord
Why I am a 'non-trinitarian' Seventh-Day Adventist (Part 3)? I am delighted to find more Bible based support of non-trinitarian theology. My struggle is that after a lifetime of study, I now am also leaning towards a more Calvinist theology. The more I seek God's real truth, the more I conclude that God intends for much of His truth to remain a mystery until such time as He chooses to clarify it.
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