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Boettner, L. – The Trinity

The Trinity
By Loraine Boettner

Summary: In this 11 chapter work by Boettner (Presbyterian), he presents us with an explanation and argument for the doctrine of the Trinity. Some of his chapters are: The Trinity in the Old Testament, One substance and three persons, the meaning of the words “Father”-“Son”-“Spirit”. the subordination of the Son and Spirit to the Father, and the generation of the Son and the Procession of the Spirit. Some historical and practical aspects. Continue reading

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Alford – Scriptural Doctrine of the Trinity

Alford-Scriptural Doctrine of Trinity

The Manual: The Scriptural Doctrine Of The Trinity, Investigated And Defended

By M.W. Alford

This is 17 chapter book is a treatise on the Trinity.

CHAPTER I. Evidences of the real humanity of our Lord Jesus Christ. His body was human He had a human soul
CHAPTER II. Evidences that the Lord Jesus possessed a divine nature, and was in that nature as truly God as he was man in his human nature
CHAPTER III. A brief view of the worship which is addressed to our Lord Jesus Christ, and which acknowledges him to be God
CHAPTER IV. The Omniscience of our Lord Jesus Christ
CHAPTER V. The wisdom of our Lord Jesus Christ, is the wisdom of Jehovah ; therefore, in this respect, he is God
CHAPTER VI. The Omnipresence of our Lord Jesus Christ
CHAPTER VII. The Immutability of our Lord Jesus Christ
CHAPTER VIII. The Omnipotence of our Lord Jesus Christ
CHAPTER IX. The equality of our Lord Jesus Christ with God the Father,
CHAPTER X. Jesus Christ, in his divine nature, is God
CHAPTER XI. There is a Plurality of Persons in the Godhead
CHAPTER XII. The Number of Persons in the Godhead are Three
CHAPTER XIII. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, are one God
CHAPTER XIV. Consequences of the doctrine which teaches that Jesus Christ is not truly God, and truly man
CHAPTER XV. The Statements and Doctrine of Unitarians
CHAPTER XVI. Plain Logical Deductions from the Statements of modern Unitarians
CHAPTER XVII. Some of the most Prominent Objections to the doctrine of the Trinity, considered
QUESTIONS on the character of Christ