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Trinity

Author : Jason Byassee
ISBN : 1630887862
Genre : Religion
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Who is this God we worship?

Understanding The Trinity

Author : Will Daniels
ISBN : 9781452043982
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Understanding the Trinity is a revolution in Christian thought and philosophy. True Christianity is a Jewish religion established and organized by Jews. Gentiles were invited by Jews, with God’s approval, to participate in the Christian movement. However, Gentile Leaders in most Christian Churches of the world today do not preach the original Christian gospel message of salvation that was first delivered to the saints by the apostle Paul (Galatians 1:8-9). “Understanding the Trinity, Three Persons vs Three Manifestations,” will bring us back to the original gospel message, the oneness of God, and the power of God’s name in the face of Jesus Christ. (Deuteronomy 6:4, Luke 2:11). When Billy G. Newton, Bishop, Diocesan of the 29th Episcopal District, Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc., Pastor of the Word of God Church read this book, he said, “This book was so fascinating I couldn’t put it down.” When Kevin Seraaj, M.Div., J.D. Senior Pastor, Cornerstone Baptist Church, Publisher, Central Florida Advocate News read this book, he said, “Understanding the Trinity" is a timely, relevant and extremely provocative piece of work. In a time when the church must be challenged to move out of old ways, notions, thoughts and traditions, this book will without question provide a forum for much-needed theological discussion. For students of the Bible, this book is a must read, for it is always that process of reading, analyzing and debating that enables us to move forward in both our personal and spiritual journeys." Great job!! Author’s Note: You have in your possession the true gospel of Jesus Christ. Don’t let the birds steal your seeds (Matthew 13:3-13) (KJV).

Infinity Divinity And The Holy Trinity

Author : William Hearne
ISBN : 9781499019124
Genre : Religion
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This book are strictly the insights of the author based on his knowledge of scripture, common sense, and science. It covers a broad variety of topics that are not normally discussed together in an attempt to draw consistent conclusions about what we know about the nature of God, and ourselves. the first chapter, Infinity, describes how we know God exists. the second, Divinity, describes certain aspects of God and our relationship with Him. the third chapter, the Holy Trinity, describes God as the Holy Trinity which is based on the unique observations of the author. the author understands that there will be challenges to the numerous conclusions he makes. But, he hopes that the readers will read the book in its entirety to understand that each assertion is consistent with all other assertions made in the book. the author will be glad to follow up on those challenges.

What Itching Ears Don T Want To Hear

Author : Andrew M. Denny
ISBN : 1469779331
Genre : Religion
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As Christians we are expected to be able to tell people why we believe what we believe (I Peter 3:15). Additionally, we are to do so by correctly explaining the Bible from the context in which it was written (II Timothy 2:15). This means that, no matter what denomination we may be a part of, we as claimed Christians during these last days need to lay aside our personal biases in order to further understand how the apostles perceived the Gospel. Not to imply that any church denomination is “wrong” for any particular view; maybe just incomplete for not fully comprehending the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ to the measure of the men who actually heard Him. Some may call this work just a “theory,” but what this book offers is a prospect of what the apostles essentially gathered from the man Jesus, along with the principles He instituted apart from the typical view of today’s modernized audience, that is. As we take a look into the development of the early church from a different angle we will examine certain words and actions taken by the apostles which commonly go unnoticed. In other words, we should be able to detect which New Testament doctrines have been swept under the rug by modern tradition. By the end of this endeavor you alone must determine whether this book should be classified as fact or fiction. You alone must decide whether or not you will apply these principles. You alone must ... ... work out your own salvation with fear and trembling. —Philippians 2:12

The Trinity

Author : M. Stewart
ISBN : 9789401703932
Genre : Philosophy
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East/West Summit on the Holy Trinity Held in Moscow. Theologians and philosophers, typically rivals, synergized in their pursuit of truth and understanding regarding this central, unifying Christian belief, demonstrating respective strengths in marvelous complementary array. The next best thing to being there are the papers that were presented and polished for this volume.

The Triunity Of God

Author : Russell Sharrock
ISBN : 9781105653124
Genre : Religion
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This book discusses and outlines the Trinity or Triunity of the Godhead, establishing the biblical basis for the doctrine; it reviews other beliefs that disagree with the Trinity (such as The Word Faith Movement, Jehovah's Witnesses and the Oneness Pentecostals); it looks at issues such as Jesus Died Spiritually, the Gender of God and the Equality of the Members of the Godhead (Subordinism). It outlines the Trinity in such a way that it would not be difficult to understand the composite of the Godhead.

What The Watchtower Society Doesn T Want You To Know

Author : Wilbur Lingle
ISBN : 9781619581241
Genre : Religion
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Wilbur Lingle puts into layman’s language his many years of documented research about the inner workings of the society. Here is a true picture of what goes on behind the walls of the Kingdom Halls, a clear image of truth that the Watchtower Society doesn’t want you to know.

The Tyranny Of The Trinity

Author : P.R. Lackey
ISBN : 1463461623
Genre : Religion
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For 1700 years the Trinity has been considered the cornerstone of Christianity by all mainstream churches. But the Bible’s words for God, appearing thousands of times, never mean a triune God. The concept of the Trinity has been taught to churchgoers based solely on implication and inference. The truth is, the Scriptures don’t support the doctrine of the Trinity, but it has been indoctrinated into the minds of otherwise intelligent and well-educated Christians and perpetuated as a “mystery” not meant to be understood. The majority of Christians have not bothered to investigate the doctrine for themselves, and consequently have been duped. Ms. Lackey suggests that far too many Christians attend church with the attitude: “Tell me, pastor, what do I believe today?” Ms. Lackey expressed her resentment at being accused of being a heretic, not being a Christian, and being condemned to hell because of her strong belief in the human Jesus, the Messiah and Son of God, as opposed to being the one Almighty God. Her strong conviction led her to collaborate with biblical Unitarian authors to create a book that challenges the centuries-old man-made doctrines of the Trinity, the mainstay of ecclesiastical tradition. Ms. Lackey sees the Trinity as blight on the true Christianity taught by Jesus Christ for the benefit of humanity and feels Trinitarian Christians have traded Hebrew theology for Geek mythology with barely a question asked. She further contends that the majority of Christians believe in the Trinity primarily because they are expected to! Not to accept this dogma would place them under condemnation from both their brethren and the clergy. Ms. Lackey invites churchgoers everywhere to consider that they may have been drawn into a thinly veiled polytheism — a belief in more than one God. She adamantly contends that Christians must take more responsibility for their beliefs and stop settling for centuries-old, creeds and doctrines as scriptural truth! The cover illustration depicts the agony experienced by Michael Servetus, a brilliant Spanish physician and theologian, who as one of the first Protestants to challenge the Trinity, was slowly burned at the stake in 1553, his book fastened to his thigh, at the instigation of the Protestant reformer John Calvin.

Trinitarian Theology After Barth

Author : Myk Habets
ISBN : 9781608994908
Genre : Religion
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The most outstanding theological thinker of the twentieth century is proving to be the most pivotal theological figure of the twenty-first century as well. It is no wonder some have referred to Karl Barth as a "Father" of the Church. Karl Barth, widely acknowledged as the most influential theologian of the modern era, continues to provoke and inspire Christian theological reflection in a distinct and enduring way. His work has occasioned appreciation, critique, and rejection, but however one responds to Barth, one must reckon with him in pursuing the theological task. This volume draws together scholars whose essays exhibit work "after Barth" in engaging the doctrine of the Trinity and its related themes. Barth's thought, as evidenced amongst his most expert commentators, allows for a variety of interpretations, the details of which are being hammered out on the pages of academic journals and volumes such as this one. It is this variety of responses to and interpretations of Barth's theology that gives such vibrancy to the essays in this volume by seasoned Barth scholars and voices new to the conversation. Contributors include: Ivor J. Davidson, Bruce L. McCormack, John C. McDowell, Paul D. Molnar, Murray A. Rae, and a Foreword by John B. Webster.

The Holy Trinity And The Gambler

Author : Rudy A. Pizarro
ISBN : 9781606472446
Genre : Religion
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The Holy Trinity and the Gambler presents a new point of view of the biblical teachings of Jesus. They are seen through the impartial eyes of a child, philosopher and semanticist. They understand things, analyze them and interpret them, as it says in Ecclesiastes 8: 1. They know the Truth. The Truth they see is self-evident in Nature, where Jesus began his spiritual learning. The little boy greatly loved God and when he grew up he lived out in the lonely wilderness until he began his public ministry to Israel. Luke 1: 80. Philosopher David Hume (1711-76): "The chief or sole argument for divine existence is derived from the order of nature, where there appear such marks of intelligence and design. From the order of the work, there must have been project and aforethought in the workman." The Holy Trinity and the Gambler is told in Internet Dialogue.

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