Category: God and the Trinity

Information related to Christian beliefs on God and the Trinity (the Father, Son and Holy Spirit). There is also a separate section specific to Jesus.
  • Antitrinitarianism
    • This article was written in the early 1950s. Read the article within that context.
  • Athanasian Creed
    • The Athanasian Creed (Quicumque vult) is a Christian statement of belief, focusing on Trinitarian doctrine and Christology.
  • Bible and Theology Answers
    • Christian answers and viewpoints on apologetics questions like the existance of God, definition of the Trinity, dinosaurs, etc.
  • Gloria
    • The Gloria is an ancient hymn of praise to the Trinity that has been in use in the Church since the second century. The opening line of the hymn is taken from Scripture (Lk 2:14), where the angels announce the birth of Christ to the shepherds.
  • God (Trinity), Doctrine of
    • The doctrine of God is central to Christian theology. In fact, the term theology in the broad sense means the study of God and is not restricted to Christianity. Usually Christian theology is understood more specifically to include reflection on the nature of God, on God's self-disclosure in creation and especially in Christ as witnessed to by the Scriptures, on God's ongoing interaction with the world through the Holy Spirit, and on the consummation of God's purpose beyond time. It is quite appropriate therefore to say that Christian theology begins and ends with the doctrine of God.
  • God the Known and God the Unknown
    • By Samuel Butler
  • Jesus Christ
    • A melting pot of Yeshua of Nazareth's (a.k.a. Jesus Christ's) personal teachings, the teachings of Paul, the teachings about Jesus by his disciples and by various groups in primitive Christianity, and the inclusion of Pagan Greek philosophy led to the development of the largest religion in the world: Christianity.
  • Jesus Christ
    • Jesus of Nazareth (c. 5 BC/BCE – c. 30 AD/CE), also referred to as Jesus Christ or simply Jesus, is the central figure of Christianity. Most Christian denominations venerate him as God the Son incarnated and believe that he rose from the dead after being crucified.
  • Naming God
    • A thing’s name defines it and clarifies what we think of and helps us talk about it. But a person’s is much more than mere definition: it reveals identity, character, and relationship. To many, God is just another concept with a label: Deity, Creator, Judge. But to the believer, he is the single most important person one can know. And we want to know — we need to know — what is his name? How has God introduced himself to us, and what does this reveal about his identity? What do God’s names reveal about his character and the way he has acted throughout history? And how does our use of God’s names help us relate to him? This study assumes God is more than a concept or a construct, and searches for the answer: How should we address God?
  • Open Theism
    • Open Theism is the thesis that, because God loves us and desires that we freely choose to reciprocate His love, He has made His knowledge of, and plans for, the future conditional upon our actions.
  • Oratio ad ss. Trinitatem Pro Felici Morte
    • Prayer to the most holy trinity for a happy death.
  • Paradise Regained
    • The sequal to "Paradise Lost" following Jesus as he resists temptation to try to find the "paradise" lost by Adam and Eve.
  • Resurrection
    • Most Christians believe that Jesus was executed in Jerusalem by the Roman occupying army circa 30 CE, and that a miracle happened about a day and a half later: he was bodily resurrected. This is one of their cardinal beliefs.
  • Signum Crucis
    • The Sign of the Cross is not only an action, but a statement of faith itself. In this simple gesture one is not only making a sign of our redemption, the Cross, but is also expressing faith in the Blessed Trinity.
  • Study 2 – The Living God
    • Why is knowing God important? In the group ask this question and listen to the answers. If you are doing this course on your own write down why it is important. Then look up John 17:3 and see what Jesus says.
  • Study 7 – The Holy Spirit: His Person and Work
    • This is only the briefest outline. Before we start, write down a list of what comes to mind when you hear the words 'Holy Spirit'. This study concentrates on the central features of the Holy Sprit's person and work.
  • Sun of God
    • By Vladimir Antonov. This book is a commentary to the methodological principles of human spiritual development that were given by Jesus Christ through B.Cullen in the book “The Book of Jesus”.
  • Supernatural Entities & Human Leaders
    • Articles on the supernatural and human entities of Christianity, including demons, God, Satan, Yesuha, Barnabas, Judas, Mary, St. Nicholas, and Valentine
  • The God of Christianity
    • The term "trinity" implies a grouping of three. In religious usage, "trinity" generally refers to a group of three deities -- or three aspects of a single deity -- who exist in a special relationship with each other.
  • The Mission of the Trinity
    • All creation was designed to do one thing, and the church’s mission should be no different.
  • The Original Teachings of Jesus Christ
    • By Vladimir Antonov.
  • The Plurality Study
    • The following study is an interesting examination of theophanies. A theophany is an appearance of God. God appears in the Old Testament in different ways: as an angel of the Lord (Acts 7:30-32; Exodus 3:2; Judges 2:1), apparently in physical form (Gen. 3:8; Exodus 24:9-11), in visions and dreams (Num. 12:6-8), and in flame (Judges 13:20-21). However, there are verses that say that you can't see God: Exodus 33:20; John 1:18). If this is so, then is there a contradiction in the Bible? No, there isn't.
  • The Shroud of Turin
    • The Shroud of Turin (or Turin Shroud) is an ancient linen cloth bearing the image of a man who appears to have been physically traumatized in a manner consistent with crucifixion. Some believe it is the cloth that Jesus was wrapped in after his crucifixion, while others believe it to be a hoax.
  • Trinitarianism
    • The Christian doctrine of the Trinity, one of the most important in mainstream Christian faith, teaches the unity of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as three persons in one divine Being, called the Godhead.
  • Trisagium Angelicum
    • This hymn of devotion to the Blessed Trinity is the official prayer of the Order of the Blessed Trinity, otherwise known as the Trinitarians. This devotion has been recited by them and their affiliates for centuries in praise of the Trinity.
  • Using Scripture for Correction
    • Verses and information on teaching children about love and the Holy Spirit
  • Veni, Sancte Spiritus
    • A traditional prayer asking for the grace of the Holy Spirit. It has been used for centuries as a prayer of private devotion.