The title of this work, De Trinitatis erroribus, is taken from the work by Spanish theologian Michael Servetus who was burned to death on the morning of October 27, 1553, in part for writing this book against the doctrine of the Trinity. The Spanish physicians death was approved by John Calvin. Perhaps the greatest argument against the doctrine of the Trinity was the martyrdom of the discoverer of the circulatory system. For truth cannot beget the horrors of persecution. (It was Athanasias who slapped Arius!)...
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Some hold the Trinity to have its source in Pagan Greek philosophy and that Plato was the forerunner and originator of the triune theology. Some hold Plato was a plagiarist who found his ideas in Moses and the Hebrews as the Greeks derived their alphabet from the Hebrew. This later view is one of Eusebeias, a Christian bishop of the Fourth Century. In his work Praeparatio Evangelica, Eusebeias argues that Plato is merely Moses speaking...
When was the doctrine of the Trinity first developed? When we ask this question we have
in mind the doctrinal idea that God is a plurality of three co-equal and co-eternal
persons of the same substance who form a Godhead. Though reputable scholars and
commentaries state the Trinity is no where to be found in the Bible, other Trinitarians
not only insist the doctrine is present in the Bible, but also that the
"apostolic fathers" in the first and second centuries taught the Trinity. Is
this true? Can we find the idea of the plurality of God in three persons? You will have to
UNITARIAN: We begin by declaring that our use of the word "unitarian" is an affirmation of our belief that there is One Absolute God who we will henceforth designate The (Absolute) God....
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