I Believe in the Holy Trinity
The God in whom Christians believe is not a creation of fourth-century church councils but is the one revealed by Jesus, and by the apostles who proclaimed His Word to the world, put it into writing, and founded the New Testament church. This is a brief outline showing why the Scriptural Christian faith is a faith in the God who has made Himself known by His Word as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
A variety of articles about the Trinity and its opponents, ancient and modern.
If the Christian doctrine of the Trinity is so clearly wrong, as increasing numbers of people claim, why can't those opponents give me a coherent explanation of what the Bible means instead when it speaks of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit? In this article we take a look at one of the places where the Bible explicitly calls Jesus God, and the conflicting ways the various opponents of Trinitarian teaching explain that identification.