Attempts to teach a 'better' understanding of the Trinity may do more harm than good.
Rumors of the death of Trinitarianism, even rumors of its dearth, have been grossly exaggerated. This is not to ignore the problems, failures, errors, and weaknesses that sometimes attend it. We don't need to suppress any evidence in order to reject the drastic diagnosis. When I look around churches and the theological scene today, I see areas of weakness and suggestions for how evangelical Christians in particular can enter into our Trinitarian birthright more fully, more fluently, and more fruitfully. But I have never been able to embrace the idea that the state of the doctrine of the Trinity i continue reading >>