Do the NT authors assume that God is the Trinity, or the Father… or are they confused?
Many who are often spun as “proto-trinitarian” thought the one true God is the Father alone.
Applying the methodology… can we answer the question?
Two philosophers give us a sort of recipe for answering this question.
Is this a powerful, state-of-the-art biblical argument for the Trinity?
He tries his hand at a little ad hoc philosophizing about death.
Can evangelical apologists answer the question “How can God die?”
What should we think of Athanasius’s ferocious condemnations of those he termed “Arians”?
Just got this in the mail; a very thorough symposium on Dr. Keith Ward’s Christ and the Cosmos,