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The Trinity By Haven Mankin
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The Trinity is central to Christianity; plain and simple, it is three distinct persons at one in unity in the Godhead, God, the Son and the Holy Spirit. There is but one God, not three Gods. It is... More > not one God with three names, but one God with three separate Persons; that is, God is one and three at the same time but not in the same way.< Less
#Holy Trinity By R.A. Varghese
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The book is for skeptics and Christians. About the book: #Holy Trinity – A Tweet-a-logue is a tweet format discussion of the Trinity between a skeptic and a Trinitarian. Christians shy away... More > from the doctrine because of its seeming complexity. Yet it is the most fundamental truth of their faith and of reality. It tells us what God is like, why we live, how to be happy. Rightly understood it makes sense of our everyday experience and the experience of humanity. The book asks and addresses tough questions: is the doctrine contradictory? what about science? evil and suffering? Incredibly, we see precursors of the truth in the three kinds of pre-Christian religions: the cyclic-mystical of India, the unity-in-multiplicity of China and the historical-linear of Israel. In the end, it is only because of the Trinity that we can truly say that love is the ultimate reality.< Less
The Holy Trinity By Carl L. Beckwith
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The Holy Trinity, volume 3 of the Confessional Lutheran Dogmatics series, explains the difficulties we face in confessing the Trinity in our world today and how we overcome these challenges by... More > placing Christ and the Gospel at the center of our preaching and teaching. The Holy Trinity returns us to Scripture and shows how the Old and New Testaments carefully and decisively present the indivisible oneness and irreducible threeness of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Finally, The Holy Trinity introduces readers to the sound pattern of words used by the Fathers and Lutheran reformers to clarify and defend the trinitarian witness of Scripture. We confess, worship, and glorify the Holy Trinity rightly when we boldly proclaim the pure Gospel of Jesus Christ. Carl L. Beckwith is professor of church history and doctrine at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama.< Less
The Holy Trinity By Ryan Quinn Flanagan, Richard Wink, Ben John Smith
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The Holy Trinity. Richard Wink. Ryan Quinn Flanagan. Ben John Smith. 2014. Published by Horror Sleaze Trash.
The Trinity By Curtis McGehee
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Although the word Trinity is not found in the Scriptures it is a scriptural truth, the foundation to Orthodoxy. The church has come to understand terms that are used to describe certain scriptural... More > doctrine. The word Bible doesn’t appear in the Scriptures anywhere, but Christians everywhere have come to understand the term Bible to mean the organized canon of Scriptures. Most Christians have no problem with the term rapture when describing the catching away of the church as described by the Apostle Paul in First Thessalonians chapter 4. Is the doctrine of the Trinity a man-made creed or is it truly a Biblical doctrine? The Biblical basis of the Trinity is in the context of the progressive revelation of God’s mighty deeds and words in the history of redemption as recorded in the Bible. This is the focus of this work.< Less
On The Trinity By St. Augustine of Hippo
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Apostacy from the Christian Faith almost always starts with false beliefs concerning God. Whether one denies the Divinity of Christ, the Humanity of Christ, the Personhood of the Holy Spirit or some... More > other facet of Who God Is, this is where the greatest heresies part with the faith. In this book, St. Augustine of Hippo, the "Father of Western Theology" defends this most important of Christian beliefs: the Holy Trinity.< Less
On The Trinity By St. Augustine of Hippo
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Apostacy from the Christian Faith almost always starts with false beliefs concerning God. Whether one denies the Divinity of Christ, the Humanity of Christ, the Personhood of the Holy Spirit or some... More > other facet of Who God Is, this is where the greatest heresies part with the faith. In this book, St. Augustine of Hippo, the "Father of Western Theology" defends this most important of Christian beliefs: the Holy Trinity.< Less
Trinity By Dale Tuggy
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This book surveys the ways analytic theologians have sought to understand the Christian doctrine of the Trinity. Applying the tools of recent analytic metaphysics, logic, and epistemology, they seek... More > to provide a self-consistent and orthodox way to understand the trinitarian claims of catholic traditions. This issue goes to the heart of Christian belief, and is central to theological disagreements between Christians, Jews, and Muslims. Supplementary discussions survey the history of Trinity theories, unitarian Christian theologies, and Judaic and Islamic objections to Trinity theories. There is an extensive bibliography. This book is an authorized reprint of the article "Trinity" and its supplementary documents, from the online Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. http://plato.stanford.edu/< Less
Laura and Lee's By Wedding Day, 21st June 2008. Holy Trinity
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This is the wedding album of Laura and Lee. 21st June 2008 at Holy Trinity Church Cwmbran
The Holy Trinity (paperback) By Carl L. Beckwith
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The Holy Trinity, volume 3 of the Confessional Lutheran Dogmatics series, explains the difficulties we face in confessing the Trinity in our world today and how we overcome these challenges by... More > placing Christ and the Gospel at the center of our preaching and teaching. The Holy Trinity returns us to Scripture and shows how the Old and New Testaments carefully and decisively present the indivisible oneness and irreducible threeness of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Finally, The Holy Trinity introduces readers to the sound pattern of words used by the Fathers and Lutheran reformers to clarify and defend the trinitarian witness of Scripture. We confess, worship, and glorify the Holy Trinity rightly when we boldly proclaim the pure Gospel of Jesus Christ. Carl Beckwith is professor of church history and doctrine at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama.< Less