The Trouble with the Trinity: A LAYMAN-TO-LAYMAN STUDY OF THE BIBLICAL EVIDENCE FOR THE TRIUNE NATURE OF GOD
One God or one with several forms? Or maybe two, three, or perhaps many separate Gods? If you seriously study all the “Christian” religions, you will find that each of these possibilities is claimed. That is one “trouble” with the Trinity—there are just too many possibilities. Which, if any, is right? Which view does the Bible support? And if it supports one view, how strongly and in exactly what way?
The Trouble with the Trinity attempts to study every verse in God's Word that links a name for one or more members of the Godhead with a nearby word or concept for God. Nearly a thousand verses meet this condition. Collating them into logical categories reveals the eight, and only eight, possible ways and combinations that could help us understand that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is Three in One.
Moreover, when the verses in each of these eight ways are further organized, they provide deep insights into the nature of God. And when the eight ways are woven together, they reveal a startling symbol with relevance to Judaism, Christianity, Islam, geometry, and our neural network. Furthermore, these insights are reinforced through the symbolism of the colors used in the tabernacle when these colors are properly applied to the eight parts of the symbol.
The book incorporates mathematics and science, especially the biological sciences, written with plain language, into the discussions of the Trinity. Some of the proposed connections have never been posited elsewhere. It also considers other symbols and icons of the Trinity for their ability to reflect aspects of the Triune Godhead.
The Trouble with the Trinity is not written for the theologian, although it includes a section that presents a theological discussion of the Trinity. Rather, it is written for those who are curious about or confused by the Trinity.
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