This week I listened to two excellent (and brand new) lectures on the doctrine of the Trinity by James White. I’ve added links on the Theological Term page for the Trinity. These lectures are especially useful if you’re interested in learning how to give a scriptural defense of the doctrine of the Trinity to Jehovah’s Witnesses, Oneness Pentecostals, Mormons or Muslims. And you won’t find them boring or hard to understand, either. That’s not something I can say about some lectures on the Trinity.
I also added links a quiz and answers previously posted here. If you’ve not taken the quiz before, why not see how you do?
Because, you know, those who don’t get the doctrine of the Trinity right aren’t going to have the gospel right, either. The good news of what the one true God has done to save includes all three—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit—as equal but distinct persons.