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Catholicism on Trial Series, Trial #5 - The Bible and the Most Holy Trinity By Roger LeBlanc
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Christian doctrine is rooted in Trinitarian doctrine. It is the profession that in the One God there is an unbroken unity of essence shared by 3 distinct Persons. These 3 Persons have existed from... More > all eternity in the Godhead, but they are not 3 distinct Gods. That would be "Tri-theism", a belief in three gods. Trinitarian doctrine also teaches that the three distinct Persons of the Trinity never blend with each other in their divine Persons. They are forever distinct from each other as Persons, even though they share the same nature and attributes as the One God from all eternity. Trinitarian doctrine is the highest form of Monotheism possible, and to reject the distinct Persons of the Trinity in the name of "Monotheism" is an attack on Monotheism itself. If you reject the Trinity, be ready to see what you never thought possible in this Trial.< Less
The Tale of the Saejenjou - Book 1 The Great Desert By Robert Dodd, Jr
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For thousands of years while the rest of mankind slept in barbarism and ignorance, they refined the arts of civilization. They are the Sarithans, the most advanced and cultured race in the world.... More > When barbarous stone-age tribes washed up on their shores, the Sarithans taught them how to read and write, taught them their calendar and the days of the year, and taught them mathematics and agriculture. These barbarians repaid them with war. Now the Sarithan Commonwealth is the richest, most powerful, most cultured, coldest, most ruthless, most populous, most technologically advanced nation on the planet. And they worship a dark, inscrutable god who wants to destroy the world and all Creation. And Aren Elderwood is afraid that they might actually be able to do it.< Less
I, Abraham By Edwin Walhout
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First-person interviews with the Old Testament Patriarch. How did Abraham become a monotheist? Why did he insist on circumcision? What drove him to sacrifice his son Isaac? Did you know he... More > had several sons after Sarah died and he remarried? You will be intrigued by Abraham’s steady courage and devotion to his covenant God, El Shaddai, as you make your way through these first-person interviews.< Less
Countering Trinitarian Arguments By Dr. Clinton Willis & Rev. Valton Elms
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Highly documented study of Christian Christology. Revealing that the Roman Catholic Church has promoted polytheism and paganism as Christian Theology. Biblical Scholars or novices alike will gain... More > insight and a deeper understanding from this study.< Less
Countering Trinitarian Arguments By Dr. Clinton Willis & Rev. Valton Elms
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Highly documented study of Christian Christology. Revealing that the Roman Catholic Church has promoted polytheism and paganism as Christian Theology. Biblical Scholars or novices alike will gain... More > insight and a deeper understanding from this study.< Less
One God, the Father By Tom Gaston (Ed)
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This book (First Edition, Jan 2013, ISBN 978-0-9574460-2-1, 310 pages) is a collection of 16 essays by various authors offering a defence of Biblical Monotheism. It presents a definition of... More > 'monotheism' from the Jewish Scriptures and contrasts this with the trinitarian definition of God. It explores how the Old Testament presents Yahweh as 'one God'. It details how the Synoptics, the writings of John and Paul present the relationship of Israel's God to Jesus. It traces the development of church ideas about God showing how they then deviated from the Bible. It describes how thinkers and communities have preserved the truth of Biblical Monothesism down the ages. It concludes with essays discussing the atonement, and the issue of worship and prayer in relation to Jesus.< Less
Souls in Transit [english only] By Ginny Findlow
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Souls in Transit deals with cultural adaptation to a secular [but not necessarily religiously barren] western democratic environment. It looks at the middle eastern conflict through the bridge of... More > family therapy theory, a relatively new discipline derived from psychology, that deals with dynamics of relationships from the point of view of systems and groups rather than individuals. [In this case, international relationships.] It tries to find a common ground for interfaith respect and goodwill between the three great monotheisms.< Less
Souls in Transit [english only] By Ginny Findlow
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Souls in Transit deals with cultural adaptation to a secular [but not necessarily religiously barren] western democratic environment. It looks at the middle eastern conflict through the bridge of... More > family therapy theory, a relatively new discipline derived from psychology, that deals with dynamics of relationships from the point of view of systems and groups rather than individuals. [In this case, international relationships.] It tries to find a common ground for interfaith respect and goodwill between the three great monotheisms.< Less
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