If the Trinity is not able to be fully known is it worth trying to understand? We would not be doing our duty as Christians if we did not try to do so.
The current theological landscape is one that has its roots in the 19th century. In an attempt to discover what Jesus taught and experienced, theologians began to use methods that were only historical in nature. An emphasis was placed on the historical and cultural context in which Christ lived. Though this has its place, who... Continue Reading →