Is It Necessary to Believe in the Trinity to Be Saved? [51:59]
by J. Dan Gill rated at 2.7 (10 votes so far)
Originally titled: Yet Another Music City Miracle. The evangelical gospel does not include confession in the Trinity. If this is the case there are only two options: (1) the Trinity is not necessary for salvation or (2) evangelicals are preaching an incomplete gospel. J. Dan Gill opts for the former in this fine talk on the subject.
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Commentary on Ephesians 1.22 and 23
by John Schoenheit, Mark Graeser, and John Lynn [1 page]
rated at 1 (out of 5 votes)
There are some Trinitarians who assert that the last phrase of verse 23 proves the Trinity. Not so, for there is no mention of any Trinitarian concept such as “three-in-one.” This verse clearly teaches that God was the one who “appointed” Christ to be over the Church. Surely if Christ were a co-equal part of God, he needed no such appointment, because by nature he would already have been over the Church.