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Foundations in Trinitarian Thought and Theology: A Biblical Explanation of the Doctrine of the Trinity

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Foundations in Trinitarian Thought and Theology: A Biblical Explanation of the Doctrine of the Trinity

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Mar 10, 2015


Revised and Updated. How can God exist in three persons? Why do Christians believe in the Tri-une nature of God? In this book, clear and sound responses to these questions are offered. This book provides a practical defense and exposition of the biblical doctrine of the Trinity.

Mar 10, 2015

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Roderick Levi Evans is an author, bible lecturer, and Christian apologist. He is the founder of Abundant Truth International Ministries: a prophetic and a Christian apologetic ministry with the commission to defend, equip, and contend for Christ’s Kingdom. He is a prolific author, having written numerous books on topics such as Christian orthodoxy, leadership, worship, spiritual gifts, and other areas of Christian thought and practice; as well as, articles, blogs, sheet music, and poetry.He travels nationally and internationally proclaiming the message of the Christian faith, equipping the Body of Christ for service, and imparting prophetic revelation through seminars, conferences, revivals, and other sacred services. His desire is to see the Church perfected through the truth of God revealed in Jesus Christ. He and his family reside in Elizabeth City, NC.

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Foundations in Trinitarian Thought and Theology

A Biblical Explanation of the Doctrine of the Trinity

Copyright ©2015 by Roderick L. Evans

ISBN 13: 978-1-60141-030-6

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Chapter 1 – The Fullness of the Divine Nature

The Divine Nature is Distinctive

The Divine Nature is Incontrovertible

The Divine Nature is Cohesive

Chapter 2 – And God Said

The Creation of Man

The Fullness of Times

Chapter 3 – The God of Israel

The God of Israel is the I Am

The God of Israel is the Supreme God

The God of Israel is the Heavenly Patriarch

The God of Israel is the Bridegroom

Chapter 4 – Sit Thou at My Right Hand

The Father Said to the Son

The Son Said to the Father

Chapter 5 – Thou art My Son

The Testimony of the Fallen Angels

The Testimony of God and Father

The Testimony of the Only Begotten

The Testimony of Christ’s Messengers

Chapter 6 – Shew Us the Father

The Vision of Daniel

Jesus’ Perspective of His Earthly Ministry

The Apostles’ Understanding of God & Christ

We are in Union

Chapter 7 – These Three Give Witness

The Holy Spirit is the Father’s Witness

The Holy Spirit is the Word’s Witness

The Holy Spirit is an Authoritative Witness

The United Witness

Chapter 8 – Every Knee Shall Bow

God and Christ’s Authority

Christ and God’s Authority

The Names of God and Christ’s Authority

Chapter 9 – That God May be All in All

The Eternal Purpose Fulfilled

The Exultation of the Father

The Entrance of the Inheritance

Chapter 1:

The Fullness of the Divine Nature

Colossians 2:9

Great is the mystery of God! Paul, in his writings, shows us that the life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ clarify the mystery of God.

And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness; He who was manifested in the flesh, Justified in the spirit, Seen of angels, Preached among the nations, Believed on in the world, Received up in glory. 1 Tim 3:16 (ASV)

Christ came to provide salvation to the world and reveal the true and living God. Christ came as an obedient Son to make known the Father’s counsel, wisdom, and might.

And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent. John 17:3 (KJV)

Jesus expressed in His prayer to the Father the purpose of His coming – to make known unto men the only true God, which is the Father, and that they would know Christ, whose coming was from the Father; intending to free men from the bondage of sin. Both Testaments agree that all things are done by the will of the Father. Biblical accounts reveal the character and nature of God.

With these things in view, let us look more closely at godhead. Some scholars and ministers try to explain Godhead by implying that it refers to God being revealed as Father, Son, and Holy Ghost; that is, the Trinity. However, godhead has nothing to do with the makeup of God, or His work in Jesus Christ by the Holy Ghost. It simply refers to His divine nature.

In the King James Version of the Bible, the term godhead is used three times by Paul. In these instances where we find the word godhead, each is derived from three Greek variations (theiotēs, theios, and theotēs) of the same word - theos. This term simply means divinity or godlike. Godhead refers specifically to the nature of God or that which characterizes who He is.

In understanding the meaning of godhead and examining how Paul used this term, we can develop a solid understanding of the Godhead.

The Divine Nature is Distinctive

Extensive travelling and evangelizing characterized Paul’s ministry. After preaching the gospel in Berea, Paul went to Athens. While waiting for others to come, he was stirred in his spirit because of the rampant idolatry. He saw an altar built to the unknown god. He used this as a catalyst to present the only true and living God. It was in this discourse that he used the term godhead.

Forasmuch then as we are the offspring of God, we ought not to think that the Godhead is like unto gold, or silver, or stone, graven by art and man's device. Acts 17:29 (KJV)

Paul introduces

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