Logical Fallacies Employed in Trinitarian Theology

“Logic,” from the Greek word logos, is the science of correct reasoning, and provides tools for analyzing the form and content of arguments. Logic addresses the relationship of premises (or evidence) to conclusions, and helps us determine whether our reasoning is...

So what is this “truth” of the Nicene Creed?

It was 325 A.D. at Nicea that the doctrine of the Trinity was rammed through by Athanasius (who in the future would use strong-arm tactics that would make a modern day mobster proud) in a Council that was overseen by the Emperor Constantine who, ironically enough,...

The Gift of Holy Spirit: The Power to be Like Christ

NOTE: Some of the sections below are hyperlinked and available on this website, enjoy! The subject of the Holy Spirit is one of the most misunderstood subjects in Christendom. Yet the gift of holy spirit is one of the greatest gifts God has given to mankind. Moses had...

The Racovian Catechism of 1605

First published in the Polish language in 1605, this ground-breaking work is still controversial after 400 years because of its sound logic and systematic critique of Trinitarian orthodoxy. The catechism argued that the Father of Jesus is the one and only true God,...

Destroying “the High Places”

One of the subjects consistently addressed throughout the Bible is idolatry. References abound in connection with Israel’s struggle with the gods of their neighbors, gods that could be seen, as opposed to their invisible Yahweh. Time and time again, the children of...

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