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There are no verses that define God as being Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. There are no verses that define God as three, three in one, or a multiple. There are no verses that say that Jesus has two natures or two minds. There are no verses that say Jesus is a God-man, or that he is fully God and fully man. There are no verses that call Jesus “etern…
 
Johnny Barnes earned a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. When he took the required class on the Trinity, he couldn’t help but notice that many of the texts appealed to in order to support the Trinity were problematic in various ways. And he did not see anyone in Scripture appealing to “mystery” to attempt to de…
 
In this second half of our wide-ranging conversation inspired by his epic tweet thread on Trinity theories, our topics include: the “Persons” of the Trinity as modes, the New Testament authors as “primitive” theologians, divine simplicity, “social” Trinity theories, divine processions or lack thereof, mythological tales about what the three Persons…
 
Twitter is my favorite social media site. I enjoy short social media posts, and series of short posts. It’s a good place for the opinionated to hold forth briefly. As they say, brevity is the soul of wit. Recently I noticed an interesting and insightful thread, a series of tweets, on “the doctrine of the Trinity” by analytic theologian Dr. Steven N…
 
In this episode theologian Dr. Randal Rauser interviews me for his YouTube channel (original video below), asking good and tough questions. He inquires about my theological views and how I came to them, and why I think Christians who accept the authority of the New Testament should re-examine their assumptions about traditional triune-God speculati…
 
In this presentation from the 2021 Unitarian Christian Alliance Conference Kegan Chandler examines the work of “Early High Christology Club” members Dr. Michael Bird, Dr. N.T. Wright, and Dr. Larry Hurtado about what we can say, based on historical evidence, about Jesus’ understanding of himself. Chandler finds their proposals wanting. They are int…
 
In this second part of my post-dialogue thoughts, I address in depth Dr. Craig’s “deity of Christ” proof-texts, as well as his appeal to “Sharp’s Rule” in relation to Titus 2:13 and 2 Peter 1:1. Does this alleged rule of Greek grammar to show that the authors there assert “the deity of Christ”? With some help from previous unitarian scholars, I sho…
 
My recent one-hour dialogue with Dr. William Lane Craig featured a number of interesting exchanges, as well as what I believe is Dr. Craig’s first publicly distinguishing between a creedal Trinity doctrine (which he doesn’t defend) and what he calls a minimal and biblical Trinity doctrine (which he does defend). In this podcast, I reflect on the di…
 
On July 11, 2022 I had the privilege of dialoguing for about an hour with Dr. William Lane Craig on Jordan Hampton’s Analytic Christian YouTube channel. Our official topics were (1) Dr. Craig’s Trinity theory and my objections to it, and (2) my unitarian Christian view of the one God, and Dr. Craig’s objections thereto. In this short but spirited e…
 
In this second episode (part 1 here) you’ll learn about the very interesting last two chapters of Novatian’s book On the Trinity, chapters which tell us so much about the range of theological opinions in mainstream Christianity in the middle of the 200s. In chapter 30, he relates three arguments of his opponents, arguments from mainstream Christian…
 
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