All the Trinity in the Bible-Scripture References to the Trinity [NOOK Book]

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Over the years the trinity or Holy Trinity has meant many things to many people. The doctrine of the trinity was once considered so important that people had it emblazoned on their family crests as the example above shows and knights had it on their shields to protect them as they went into battle.

Today we seem to have evolved into a gravy milk-toast type of Christianity ...
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All the Trinity in the Bible-Scripture References to the Trinity

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Overview

Over the years the trinity or Holy Trinity has meant many things to many people. The doctrine of the trinity was once considered so important that people had it emblazoned on their family crests as the example above shows and knights had it on their shields to protect them as they went into battle.

Today we seem to have evolved into a gravy milk-toast type of Christianity where Christians want to include everyone so they are very careful about doctrine and what they say.

But just giving you the examples of the Trinity in the Bible would not be enough without an explanation and I am going to give you the true doctrine of the Trinity as best as I can.

Let us examine the following scripture, which is the only Rock-Solid basis for the teachings of the Trinity:
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Amazon.com - Mary Preece
Mary Ellen Goble Preece "Mary Ellen Preece Ke... (Kentucky) - See all my reviewsThis review is from: All the Books of the Bible: Volume Three-Leviticus: Volume Three: Leviticus (Paperback)

From Sandals in the Dust to Abraham and the Middle East to the first three books of the companion series to the Bible. I have read them all. The last being Leviticus. Here is my review:

Leviticus review by Mary E. Preece

I have been reading a companion Bible series of books writte
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012670724
  • Publisher: Createspace
  • Publication date: 2/15/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 120
  • Sales rank: 475,848
  • File size: 165 KB

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M E Rosson Born in Nashville, TN in 1960. M.E. was raised in Tennessee, Michigan and West Virginia. He Graduated High School and went to Appalachian Bible College for one year before joining the Air Force in 1979. Dr Rosson Spent 20 years in the USAF and then finished college, obtaining a PhD in Divinity. Dr Rosson has traveled extensively in six continents and has lived on four. He is Married with three Children all grown. M. E. Rosson has been a Pastor, Youth Minister, Church Planter and Missionary. He now lives with his wife of 27 years in Tennessee
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2011

    Wow, I never really understood the Trinity until now!

    M. E. Rosson has written a real gem. I have always believed in the idea of the trinity, but if someone asked me why, I was kinda stuck. This book really gives the Christian the scripture and teachings necessary to help us know what we believe and why it is so important.

    I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants a clear understanding of what the Biblical teachings are for the Trinity and what other faiths believe on this issue. Great Job!

    Joe Arkson
    Louisville KY

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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