Who's Tampering with the Trinity?: An Assessment of the Subordination Debate
There are few beliefs more essential to Christianity than that of the Trinity. In Millard Erickson's most recent scholarly work on the Trinity, he seeks to provide a lucid and judicious answer to the question: Is Jesus eternally subordinate to the Fa... +
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There are few beliefs more essential to Christianity than that of the Trinity. In Millard Erickson's most recent scholarly work on the Trinity, he seeks to provide a lucid and judicious answer to the question: Is Jesus eternally subordinate to the Father, or is Jesus equal with the Father? The answer to that debated question arouses further inquiry: Who is God in relation to Jesus and to the Spirit? What do the Scriptures teach about these relationships? How do our beliefs about the Trinity flesh out in real life activities?
How a Christian views the Trinity has implications for understanding not only God but also family roles and relationships. Are wives subordinate to husbands or are they equal? In addition to providing rigorous theological analysis of the subject, Erickson exposes flaws in familial implications derived from the Trinity. This increasingly debated topic has finally received a thorough, careful, and objective treatment in "Who's Tampering with the Trinity?."
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