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.
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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. This might seem to be a wasted exercise in futility for each, but then we must realize that this discussion, or more properly debate, is being observed by hundreds, if …
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.