Biblical Trinitarian: Proto-Trinitarianism in the Book of Judges

Last week, I posted a new article demonstrating the Proto-Trinitarianism contained in the Old Testament.

I examine the relations of the Lord, the Angel of the Lord, and the Spirit of the Lord as they appear in the book of Judges, and how they are in perfect alignment with the New Testament teaches about the persons of the Godhead. Check it out and pass it on!

In other news, Biblical Trinitarian now has a Facebook page you can like, comment on, email me from, and find complementary articles and videos. You can check out the page by clicking on the updated profile pic below.

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Soli Deo Gloria

-h.

Source: Biblical Trinitarian: Proto-Trinitarianism in the Book of Judges

Biblical Trinitarian: The Proto-Trinitarianism of the Old Testament Part II: Genesis 1:26

us-and-ourIn part 2 of his exploration of the OT’s doctrine of the Trinity, Mike Burgos examines common arguments made against the Trinitarian interpretation of Genesis 1:26-27. Mike demonstrates the objections are insubstantial and unscriptural. He argues that the personal pronouns “Us” and “Our” in Gen 1:26-27 should be understood as indicating divine plural personhood, being a record of the persons of the Trinity communing as they inseparably create man in the divine image.

Soli Deo Gloria

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Source: Biblical Trinitarian: The Proto-Trinitarianism of the Old Testament Part II: Genesis 1:26

Biblical Trinitarian: Proto-Trinitarianism in the Book of Daniel

danMy latest article at biblicaltrinitarian.com expounds on the latent Proto-Trinitarianism in the book of Daniel. Follow the link for more info :)

Soli. Deo. Gloria.

-h.

 

 

Source: Biblical Trinitarian: Proto-Trinitarianism in the Book of Daniel

Biblical Trinitarian: The Proto-Trinitarianism of the Old Testament: Part 1

angel-of-the-lordMike Burgos has begun a new series on the Proto-Trinitarianism of the Old Testament.

This will be a great resource for engaging with those who deny the deity of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Check it out!

-h.

Source: Biblical Trinitarian: The Proto-Trinitarianism of the Old Testament: Part 1