The Trinity (part 1)

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Systematic TheologyThis week we discussed how the Trinity is a unique doctrine that distinguishes Christianity from all other religions. While many religions are unitarian, believing there is person who is God, Christian orthodoxy teaches that there are three Persons who are God. Christianity is therefore a trinitarian religion. We discussed the importance of this unique doctrine, provide the biblical basis for it, and then evaluated some models for understanding the ontology of the Trinity.

 


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