I was reminded by the amount of questions students have related to the Trinity after teaching through the Doctrine of God in my high school class. Because of this, I decided to put out a short YouTube series addressing if the Trinity is logical, biblical, and responding to bad analogies. This short series became the topic of a recent podcast.
Listen to the podcast below and check out the posted YouTube videos to better prepare yourelf to defend the doctrine of the Trinity.
Full Video Podcast:
Is the Trinity logical?
Is the Trinity biblical?
What are some bad analogies for the Trinity?
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November 27, 2019 at 10:17 am
The Trinity isn’t just defensible in Scripture, it’s absolutely provable. Every argument I’ve seen against the Trinity has some kind of fatal flaw to it that usually comes down to one thing: people simply don’t want the accountability that comes with true faith in the One True God.
November 27, 2019 at 11:54 am
I would agree. Thanks for the comment!
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