3 edition of Serious questions for the consideration of Trinitarians found in the catalog.
Serious questions for the consideration of Trinitarians
|Statement||by a rational inquirer.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 45688.|
|The Physical Object|
Another possibility is that different Waldenses in different times and places held divergent views on the questions of predestination and free-will. The Waldenses of Savoy just prior to clearly did not hold to Calvinist positions on these issues, but that does not mean that . Mention the word "Trinity" to a group of Mormons and the response you'll get probably will be "I don't believe that false doctrine of Satan!"  Mormons often even feel more kinship with religions like the Jehovah's Witnesses, who also reject the Trinity doctrine, than we do with orthodox Christians on this topic. But do we Mormons even understand what the doctrine of Trinity really is?
Trinitarians argue that there are many occasions where Jesus was either called or addressed as God but, in reality, there are only a few passages and all of these can be explained when read carefully. We recognize that all people have questions, but very few spaces exist to have open, honest, and respectful discourse around the deepest questions humans .
What are some websites about Celtic Traditional Witchcraft, Pennsylvania Dutch Hex Craft, Celtic Wicca, Neo-druidism, Trinitarian Wicca? (I'm sorry there's a lot!) I'd also like to know why so many people hate Trinitarian Wicca (also known as Christian Wicca). They don't follow the whole Bible, they only use the deities and *some* of the Bible. It's not like they try to completely combine the. Debating Christianity and Religion - A debate forum for people of all persuasions.
Economics for real people
Beauty for ashes
Competition in electricity
Ill take care of the crocodiles
Reactions to crime
Five thousand adolescents
Ossianic love and romantic tales of medieval Ireland.
Getting real about knowledge networks
Juvenile Law and Its Processes
Rational piety and prayers for fair weather
The colonial merchants and the American revolution, 1763-1776
Get this from a library. Serious questions for the consideration of Trinitarians. [Rational inquirer.].Serious questions for the consideration of Trinitarians [microform] / by a rational inquirer Jones & Wheeler, printers Providence (R.I.) Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
What is the origin of the Trinity doctrine. The New Encyclopædia Britannica says: “Neither the word Trinity, nor the explicit doctrine as such, appears in the New Testament, nor did Jesus and his followers intend to contradict the Shema in the Old Testament: ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord’ ()The doctrine developed gradually over several centuries and through many.
The Trinitarian book, God” should be based on the context of a passage, with an understanding of the range of meaning for the word, and a consideration of the historical culture when written. Because this is a problem passage for Trinitarians, some Trinitarian translations are ambiguous.
In as a result of these meetings the book “Questions on Doctrine” (a book in which LeRoy Froom played a leading role) was published at the request of evangelicals Barnhouse and Martin, who were preparing to write their book, Kingdom of the Cults, where they were going to call the SDA Church a cult.
An Appeal to Pious Trinitarians by Henry Grew This Kindle book, The Dark History of the Serious questions for the consideration of Trinitarians book, The first question, however, for our serious consideration, is, Is the doctrine that God exists in three equal and infinite persons, a doctrine of divine revelation, or of human imagination.
Author: Heinz Schmitz. James White on the Trinity. Adventists believe Ellen White was a prophet of God, or to use her terminology, a messenger of God. She was the lady to whom James White was married for 35 years.
He ate with her, slept with her, preached with her, prayed with her, had children by her, travelled thousands and thousands of miles with her, building up Churches together, and yet she never once said to.
QUESTION FOR TRINITARIANS Showing of messages. QUESTION FOR TRINITARIANS: kei @: serious problems with it, and scared to ask face to face - thats what this life false-christian dirt need to simply read the children's book.
Shocking Admissions "Facing The Truth Regarding The Doctrine of The Trinity" by Joel Hemphill. Dear Friend: The Bible clearly teaches that Jesus Christ is the supernaturally conceived, virgin-born, sinless Son of God; savior, redeemer, Messiah and the only way to name is the only name whereby mankind can be saved.
This verse is perhaps the most often used by Trinitarians in trying to prove that the concept of the doctrine is scriptural. Again, if we are serious about interpreting scripture then we must take all of an author’s writings into consideration before drawing conclusions about their beliefs.
Roman emperor Constantine summoned all bishops to Nicaea. Abouta fraction of the total, actually attended. Constantine was not a Christian. Supposedly, he converted later in life, but he was not baptized until he lay dying. It is said that “. AN APPEAL TO PIOUS TRINITARIANS By Henry Grew () The first question, however, for our serious consideration, is, Is the doctrine that God exists in three equal and infinite persons, a doctrine of divine revelation, or of human imagination.
The fact that you are reading this book shows that you would like to find out what the Bible. Trinitarian Wicca is the correct name of the tradition often generalized into a practice called Christian Wicca. Trinitarian Wicca is a tradition based on American Wicca, boasting no direct lineage.
Trinitarian Wiccans work exclusively with the Goddess-inclusive Christian Pantheon. It's been awhile since we did a listener questions episode.
So, you ask, I answer, as best I can. One listener asks me for a book recommendation on biblical unitarianism. Another grills me about when and why trinitarian theology developed, if it was not based on philosophical arguments from love or relationality.
Others ask about William Lane Craig's views on God and time, and on the Trinity. " having believed, you were sealed with the Holy Spirit of promise" —Ephesians According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, the teaching of the Trinity is "the central doctrine of the Christian religion" (vol.
3, p. 47), despite the fact that not all Christians accept it. This concept holds that while God is one, He is also three. Perhaps no doctrine in all of Christendom has more.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Gijsbert Van Den Brink.
The discussion about the “Lord’s Day” in the episode on the Hebrew Manuscript of the Book of Revelation was interesting. There was a man named Samuele Bacchiocchi who for his doctoral thesis wrote a book entitled From Sabbath To Sunday.
This book is perhaps the greatest defense of the Sabbath written during the 20th century. Brian, I would also recommend reading Gerry Beauchemin’s free book “Hope Beyond Hell.” You will find the answers to many particular Scriptures that may have questions about.
Also the book, “The Inescapable Love of God ” by Tom Talbott will give you both. Arianism is a nontrinitarian Christological doctrine which asserts the belief that Jesus Christ is the Son of God who was begotten by God the Father at a point in time, a creature distinct from the Father and is therefore subordinate to him, but the Son is also God (i.e.
God the Son). Arian theology was first attributed to Arius (c. AD –), a Christian presbyter in Alexandria of Egypt.
The book, "Evangelical Universalist" received a favourable review in the Scottish Journal of Theology ;) The book 4 Views on Hell published in does not mention the TU's idea of hell. A similar book coming out in. will. I agree with you that we should all check our assumptions on this topic.
Editors keep trying to fuse this form of. Ryan Nelson The issue is the title. It's not, "A unique way to describe the trinity that I've never heard before." It's, "The Best Conceptual Explanation of the Trinity I’ve Seen." The word, "Best" signifies strong approval.
I don't think any orthodox Christian could approve of this explanation for all the reasons outlined above and below. Jason Harris. Jason loves to communicate God's word both in the local church and at conferences and retreats.
Jason has been involved with Worship Music since and InFocus since Jason has degrees in theology, music, accounting, and research and is currently a PhD candidate and lecturer in the College of Business, Law, and Governance at James Cook University, Cairns.This book presents itself as a comprehensive study of the Trinity Doctrine from a Seventh-day Adventist perspective, taking into consideration both the trinitarian and non-trinitarian positions.
The stated purpose is to fairly and objectively evaluate common objections to the Trinity Doctrine in order to arrive at the truth/5(8).