Monthly Archives: July 2013

Trinitarianism #8 – Doctrine of the Trinity: Biblical Development

Is the doctrine of the Trinity taught in the Old Testament? Is Christ God? What about when Christ said that the Father is greater than He is? What about when Christ is called the first born of all creation? Upon … Continue reading

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Trinitarianism #7 – Doctrine of the Trinity: Historical Development

How can God be one yet thee? Did the early church believe in the doctrine of the Trinity? Was Christ created? The formal doctrine of the Trinity is a hallmark of orthodox Christianity. Like the Christian doctrine of salvation by … Continue reading

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Trinitarianism #6 – Communicable Attributes of God

If God is love, can He also hate? If God is gracious, can He also be righteous? How do these characteristics relate to one another? Even more, if God is sovereign, how can man be free?Upon completion of these session, … Continue reading

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Trinitarianism #5 – Incommunicable Attributes of God, Part 2

Does God change? Can God change? If not, why does He change His mind in the Scriptures? Is God everywhere? If so, how is this different than pantheism? This session is a continuation of the last session on defining what … Continue reading

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