Why Some Christians Don’t Believe in the Trinity
Throughout the world, there are Christians who go to church, worship, study the Bible, and pray—a group of believers who share something distinct about their faith: they don’t believe in the Trinity. They believe in God. They believe in Jesus. They believe in the Holy Spirit. But they don’t believe in what is considered the most important doctrine of them all—the nature of God, himself.
How could anyone call themselves a Christian yet not believe in what most churches and denominations list as the first thing you should understand about their faith?
Why Some Christians Don’t Believe In The Trinity is an easy-to-read, easy-to-understand book that lays out many of the reasons believers around the world practice the Christian faith every month, every week, and every day, albeit with this one major exception. With hundreds of scriptural references from common translations such as the New International Version, the King James Bible, and the English Standard Version, this book will help de-mystify the foundations of what was once considered mainstream, orthodox Christianity.
If you’ve ever wondered exactly how Christians have come to what might seem to be a strange interpretation of the nature of God, this book should provide you with a crystal-clear look into the study and understanding of how and why many believers insist that God is one and not three.
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Just finished The Moth and wanted to say you’ve done it again. I had no idea polio was such an interesting story! Please consider doing smallpox next!
Very engagingly written, and HARD to put down! I’ll update when I’m done with the book.
Hard to put this book down! Many people think they know all they need to know about polio, but this book presents its hidden real history in an engaging way, juxtaposing apparently unrelated stories of local life with medical theories and developments, all culminating in revelations that will make you question everything you’ve ever been told about this fearsome disease.
This is a brilliant work. Beautifully told, the story consists of many diverse threads of history, and Forrest Maready weaves them together into the logical fabric of truth that all can now easily understand.
Couldn’t put it down. A most important book. On par with Rachel Carson’s landmark book, Silent Spring.
The Moth in the Iron Lung reads like a suspense thriller of community health. A brilliant and easy book to read!