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Unitarians reject the triune nature of God and argue that the Bible teaches Jesus was not a divine Person but is simply the one Lord Messiah (a human being).
The Holy Spirit is not an impersonal force. The Bible teaches that He is active in our lives, a distinct person, and fully God.
The Bible clearly affirms the existence of three distinct Persons that are all identified as the one God of the universe.
Our view of the members of the Trinity shape our view of prayer. Dr. Mark Bird will discuss how the New Testament authors relate prayer to the Trinity.
Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., explains why the Trinity is such an essential biblical doctrine.
Have you ever wondered about the doctrine of the Trinity? How could the God of the Bible be one God, but at the same time three Persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit?
There are numerous passages that teach that God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit are distinct persons and yet each hold the attributes of deity.
The doctrine of the Trinity is not just “traditional”; it has a firm basis in Scripture.
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