Doctrine Series: Oneness, the Trinity, and the Nature of God – Part 1

In this episode, we attempt to lay a groundwork for our discussion of the nature of God, specifically in regards to the doctrines of Oneness and the Trinity.

We wanted to take the time to lay out our intentions because of the sensitive nature of the topic. It’s too easy to use words as weapons when dealing with deeply held beliefs.

We think that we can do better.

As Oneness believers, we want to be taken seriously by Trinitarian believers and we believe that the inverse is true, as well. Too many times I’ve heard Oneness believers bash or ridicule Trinitarians or Trinitarians write us off as heretics or reject our beliefs out of hand.

We believe that the time has come for a civil discussion of the issue and we want to be a part of that discussion.

As this segment of the Doctrine Series continues, we will discuss some of the nuances of the debate and specifically talk about Modalism (and why we are not Modalists). Thanks to Myles from Portland, Oregon for suggesting that we cover that topic.

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