The wording of the Nicene Creed has thus been a standard part of historical orthodoxy. To reject its wording is imprudent and leaves the door open for heresy. I believe the wording of the creed is both biblical and wise.
T.D. Jakes says he has moved away from a "Oneness" view of the Godhead to embrace an orthodox definition of the Trinity. Yet he still considers modalists -- people who embrace the heretical Oneness theology -- to be Christians.
This issue: The Great Trinity Debate; Online apologetics conference: Ministering through the arts;
Having been around this list* for a few years now, it is always interesting to observe some of the discussions that go on. They usually come down two or a few individuals endlessly driving their point of view to each other, without any possibility of the discussion changing each other.… Read more
Research resources on the Christian doctrine of the Trinity.
In an article based on a correspondence with one of Jehovah's Witnesses, David Kowalski demonstrates how to share the concept of the Trinity with those who reject this essential doctrine of Christianity.