Nassi, Tzvi – Plurality in the Godhead

Nazzi Plurality in the Godhead Trinity

Nazzi Plurality in the Godhead, or How can three be one? is a work by a Jewish rabbi on the Trinity, on the plurality of God within the Godhead.

Plurality in the Godhead
or How Can Three Be One?

Rabbi Tzvi Nassi (CWH Pauli)
(1863)
How can they (the Three) be One? Are they verily One, because we call them One? How Three can be One, can only be known through the revelation of the Holy Spirit (Zohar II 43b)

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Machen – Triune God

The Triune God

by J. Gresham Machen

(J. Gresham Machen [1881-1937] was Professor of New Testament, first at Princeton Theological Seminary, and afterwards at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia. Excerpt from The Christian Faith in the Modern World.)

The Triune God is a paper by J. Gresham Machen (1 very long chapter) on why God is triune, which is a defense of the Trinity. Being Presbyterian, he uses the Shorter Catechism.



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The Triune God is a paper by J. Gresham Machen (1 very long chapter) on why God is triune, which is a defense of the Trinity. Being Presbyterian, he uses the Shorter Catechism. (Module created by David Cox)

Author:J. Gresham Machen
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Date:April 24, 2019

Boettner, L. – The Trinity

The Trinity

by Loraine Boettner

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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.



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