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Were the Doctrines of the Trinity and the Dual Nature of Christ invented in the 4th and 5th Centuries?

| August 30, 2013

Post Author: Darrell (This post originally appeared on Darrell’s Thoughts and Reflections and is being reposted here for the benefit of TQA readers.) One of the charges I often hear leveled against Christianity today is that both the Doctrines of the Trinity and the Dual Nature of Christ were “invented” by the Church in the fourth […]

What Were They Arguing About at the Council of Nicaea in A.D. 325?

| April 29, 2010

Post Author: Bill Pratt In A.D. 325, an ecumenical council of Christian bishops gathered to discuss a theological issue that was tearing apart the unity of the church. A common misconception about this council was that the argument was over whether Jesus was God or man. In fact, this idea has become so popular that […]

Why Is the Trinity Important?

| April 6, 2009

Post Author: Bill Pratt  Because it is the best synthesis of all biblical data on the nature of God.  All other views deny or ignore major swaths of Scripture. For example, on one of our blog posts, there is a thread where Darrell presented numerous passages to a Mormon about the oneness and unity of […]

What Is a Good Illustration of the Trinity?

| March 6, 2009

Is the Trinity Biblical?

| January 14, 2009

Many non-Christian groups who accept some form of the New Testament – Muslims, Mormons, and Jehovah’s Witnesses – claim that the Christian doctrine of the Trinity is false.  One of the arguments often used is that the concept of the Trinity cannot be found in Scripture, so the doctrine cannot be true. This argument, however, will […]

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