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The Trinity is a False Doctrine

The Trinity is a False Doctrine (Paperback)

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In recent years the Doctrine of the Trinity has been examined by scholars and theologians perhaps as never before. Historians have also focused upon the introduction of this doctrine into the Church in the fourth century and have been surprised to find that it owed its existence, not to the teaching of Jesus Christ or his Apostles, but to Greek philosophical reasoning. The ideas that developed into the Doctrine of the Trinity were debated vigorously, even fiercely and violently during the period between the Council of Nicea in A D 325 and the Second Council of Constantinople held in 381. The doctrine was not in fact introduced by the unanimous consent of the Bishops, either at Nicea or Constantinople, but was imposed upon the Church by an act of imperial coercion. The decree of the Emperor Theodosius recognised only those who followed this new law as orthodox Christians, whereas all others were branded as heretics. In this way freedom of thought and expression were suppressed, but this development created numerous theological problems which have never been resolved.

Philosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesReligion & BeliefsChristianityReligion & BeliefsReligion: generalReligious issues & debates Publisher: Choice Publishing Publication Date: 01/06/2010 ISBN-13: 9781907107337  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Neil Horan, for many years a priest in the Catholic Church, having made a through examination, both of Church doctrine and the original documents of Christianity as preserved in the Bible, no longer accepts the Doctrine of the Trinity and in this treatise sets out his reasons for this. Whereas a considerable number of scholars and theologians have arrived at similar conclusions, Neil Horan explains his case in a simple and straight forward way, cutting through the obscure terminology of the experts, using language that ordinary people can understand. With thanks to Derek Hilsden

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