The bible does not explicitly teach the trinitarian view of God, but the teachgins that God is one and that three persons are God clearly imply this view. Numerous attempts have been made to understand this doctrine, some of which have led to distortions of this profound truth. While we may never fully comprehend this difficult doctrine, there are analogies that can help us to understand it more fully.
- Explain the biblical evidence for the deity of three
- In which book of the bible do we find the strongest evidence of a coequal trinity? Explain why this is so
- How may the various historical views of the trinity be disputed?
- What are the essential elements of the doctrine of the trinity? How do they help our understanding and deepen our faith?
- What do analogies contribute to our understanding?