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The Doctrine of the Trinity: Christianity's Self-Inflicted Wound

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This important work is a detailed biblical investigation of the relationship of Jesus to the one God of Israel. The authors challenge the notion that biblical monotheism is legitimately represented by a Trinitarian view of God and demonstrate that within the bounds of the canon of Scripture Jesus is confessed as Messiah, Son of God, but not God Himself. Later Christologica ...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published August 1st 1998 by International Scholars Publications
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Ancient
Sep 21, 2015 Ancient rated it liked it
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Good book insofar as the author sticks to the topic of debunking the legitimacy of Trinitarianism, a Hellenistic concoction with no legitimate roots in Jewish biblical tradition or in the early Jesus movements. Even though the author brings some other questionable, fundamentalist Christian presuppositions to the table, they don't overcloud his more sound reasoning on this particular issue.
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Aug 05, 2008 Matt Jones rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Bible students
Gives a pro-Arian perspective on many purportedly pro-trinitarian bible passages. Good for identifying scriptural assumptions and will provide a Bible student with different perspectives on the nature of Christ than are accepted by orthodoxy.

Definitely a slow read, but will be handy as reference.
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Sir Anthony Farquhar Buzzard, 3rd Baronet, ARCM (b. 28 June 1935), is a biblical scholar, unitarian Christian theologian, author and professor on the faculty of Atlanta Bible College.
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