Dissecting the Trinity, Part III

Dissecting the Trinity, Part I Dissecting the Trinity, Part II As we continue to look at the various Christian views of the nature of God, there is one hybrid view that is likely to be rejected by both strict Trinitarians and strict Unitarians but I believe, manages to preserve the most accurate view of the … Continue reading Dissecting the Trinity, Part III

Dissecting the Trinity, Part II

Dissecting the Trinity, Part I One of the most inflexible dogmas of most Christian denominations is their view of the nature of God.  Most denominations label competing views as heretical, and emotions tend to flare when discussing the subject.  Because the traditional views of the nature of God contain some aspects that seem unsupported and … Continue reading Dissecting the Trinity, Part II

Dissecting the Trinity, Part I

One of the “essentials” of Christian doctrine is the trinitarian view of the nature of God.  Trinity is a word created out of tri- (three) and unity—a concept designed to describe the supposed three-part nature of God.  This view usually presents either three beings in a harmonious relationship or a single being with three parts.  … Continue reading Dissecting the Trinity, Part I

The Problem With Religion

Religion is any human-centric or man-powered attempt to reconcile ourselves with God.  Religion has produced many beautiful buildings and is the source of some interesting cultural pageantry.  But religion (yes, even the Christian religion) is functionally useless, for it does not achieve the reconciliation or healing that mankind desires.  In fact, it proves to be … Continue reading The Problem With Religion