It is admitted on all sides that the doctrine of the Trinity is the result of developments that took place mainly in the first three centuries after Christ.
- Have these developments obscured the biblical teaching about God and Jesus Christ?
- How did the recipients of the original Christian message understand the passages which now appear to teach the Trinity?
- Would a first century reader of the early Christian documents have reached the same conclusions about them as did later readers?
- Does the way in which the doctrine of the Trinity was developed give us confidence today that it is really true?
- When Jesus said “I and my Father are one”, was he referring to the Trinity?
- Why did someone centuries later feel it necessary to insert text into the Bible to try to prove the Trinity?
These are just a few of the questions answered in this book. It should be read by everyone who has the interests of Christianity at heart.
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