Why We Don't Worship Three Gods
The conception of God as Trinity has always been both central and problematic to Christianity. Nevertheless, “three Persons in one God” effectively summarizes biblical revelation about the nature of the Godhead. Externally, this conceptualization of God has caused the other two monotheistic religions, Judaism and Islam, to accuse Christianity of being polytheistic. Internally, ever since the early Christian Church chose this Trinitarian formula to best express what the Bible revealed about God, no doctrine has seemed more essential to the Christian conceptualization of God. At the same time, the doctrine of the Trinity has been repeatedly attacked as an illogical misrepresentation of God by various determined minorities.
Reeve, John W., "Why We Don't Worship Three Gods" (2020). Faculty Publications. 1204.
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