A Homoian Sermon
Maximinus’s Final Discourse (From His Debate With Augustine)
Letter of Auxentius On Bishop Ulfilas
Was the Council of Ariminum Arian?
Speaking of the Son as a Creature
Eusebius Pamphilius On The Pre-existence of the Son
Commentary on John 1:1-3
That the Son and Father Are Numerically Two, Shown From John 8:12-18
Unity & Distinction In John 14:8-11
Distinction of Persons Shown From John 16:32
That the Son Has a Distinct Will From the Father Shown From John 6:38
Do You Know the Only True God, And Christ Jesus Whom He Has Sent?
Individual Consubstantiality is Patripassionism
Modalism Refuted From John 14:1
The Father’s Distinct Action From the Son in John 8:54
That the Son Is Caused By the Father, Demonstrated From John 6:57
How Different Would Church History Look If the Nicene Creed Had Not Won?
The Scholastic Scheme of the Trinity Refuted
Origen Against Modalism
Hippolytus of Rome on the Earliest Modalists
Why Individual (or Numerical) Unity of Substance is Damnable Heresy
On the Trinity as a Divine Mystery
Five Common Objections to Biblical Trinitarianism Answered
Five Simple Proofs That the Father Alone Is the Supreme Being
Commentary on 1 John 5:7
The Homoians: Proto-Protestants of the Post-Nicene Era
Numerical Vs Generic Unity of Substance
Another Example of Modern Trinitarianism Being Nothing More Than Modalism, Barely Disguised
The Father’s Infinitude
Highlights from Maximinus’s Debate With Augustine
Consubstantiality And Subordinationism In Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, Tertullian, and Novatian
Observations of Novatian of Rome’s Trinitarianism
Do You Worship the Same God as Irenaeus?
The Statement of Faith from George Williams’: An Attempt to Restore the Supreme Worship of God the Father Almighty
Semi-Modalism & the Rule of Faith
Thoughts on Samuel Clarke’s 55 Theses, Part 2: Theses 16-30
Samuel Clarke’s 55 Theses, Part 2: Theses 16-30
Thoughts On Samuel Clarke’s 55 Theses, Part 1: Theses 1-15
Samuel Clarke’s 55 Theses, Part 1: Theses 1-15
The Introduction of Samuel Clarke’s ‘The Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity’
The Semi-Modalism of Marius Victorinus
Moody Bible Institute Trades Blatant Semi-Modalism For Ambiguity
Do the Church Fathers Matter?
Testimonies of Early Church Fathers In Favor of Sola Scriptura
Questions on the Pseudo-Athanasian Creed
Thoughts and Questions on the Councils of Arminium and Seleucia
Plural Pronouns For Plural Persons
The Father’s Eternal Authority Over the Son
The Creed of Ulfilas
Do You Believe in the Son of God?
Sola Scriptura And the Trinity
Is the Holy Spirit a Person?
The Meaning of the Term ‘God’
Commentary on the Pseudo-Athanasian Creed
Samuel Clarke, Sir Isaac Newton, And Homoian Theology
Highlights from Sir Isaac Newton Concerning the Trinity
An Excellent Article on Sir Isaac Newton’s Beliefs About the Trinity
Does the Submission of the Son to the Father Contradict the Notion that He has “one will” with the Father?
What Really Constitutes a Rejection of Modalism?
What is Classical Trinitarianism?
Modalism, Tritheism, and Subordinationism; Your Only Three Real Options Regarding the Trinity
Was Arianism Ever Really A Serious Threat to the Church?
Samuel Clarke on Why Classical Trinitarianism is Not Tritheism
Does the Name ‘LORD’ Being Applied to Multiple Persons of the Trinity Mean They Are All Really One Person?
Can The Unity of Action Between the Persons of the Trinity Justify Using Singular Personal Pronouns for the Trinity?
The Son as the ‘Angel of the Lord’
The Pre-existence of the Son
Examining Apostolic Trinitarianism in Clement of Rome’s Prayer
Examining Scripture: Deuteronomy 6:4 “the Shema”- the Father, or the Trinity?
Historic Anglican Testimonies to the Father in Particular Being the “One God”
That the Word “God” Never Refers to Multiple Persons of the Trinity Together in Scripture
Justin Martyr’s Trinitarianism
The Priority of the New Testament in Trinitarian Doctrine
Anglican Bishop John Pearson on the Father Alone Being the “One God”
Samuel Clarke’s ‘The Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity’
Why Are We Monotheists?
“The Father Almighty”?
“The Father is greater than I”?
“No other God besides Me”- the Trinity, or the Father?
Why There is Only One God: Headship
Hippolytus of Rome on the One God Being the Person of the Father in Particular
Novatian of Rome on the One God Being the Person of the Father in Particular
Equivocation Over the Term “Person”
Aphrahat of Assyria On the One God Being the Person of the Father in Particular
Athenagoras of Athens on the One God Being the Person of the Father in Particular
Demonstration From Scripture that the One God is the Father in Particular
Ignatius of Antioch on the One God Being the Person of the Father in Particular
Origen on the One God Being the Father
The Grievous Error of the Fourth Lateran Council
Semi-modalism in the Liturgy of St. James
Trinitarian Heresy In the London Baptist Confession of 1689
The Need to Be Discerning Regarding the Doctrine of the Trinity
Reclaiming the Language of the Nicene Creed
Augustine vs. Athanasius on the Identity of the “One God”
Semi-modalism: A Study in the Bizarre
Is It Okay to Call God “She”?
Highlights from Cyril of Jerusalem
Contrasting Irenaeus and Augustine on the Identity of the One God
Contrasting Augustine and Cyril of Jerusalem on the Identity of the One God
Augustine’s Trinitarian Heresy
Van Til’s Views on the Trinity
Highlights from Clement of Alexandria
The Medieval Reform Attempt That Tried to Rescue the Church From Semi-modalism
Basil the Great on the Distinction Between Essence and Person
The Trinity: Three Persons or Four?
A Plea to Church Leadership to Take a Stand Against Semi-modalism
Fr. John Behr on Basil the Great’s Understanding of the One God
Fr. John Behr on the One God being the Person of the Father in Particular
Modern Eastern Orthodox Theologians on the One God being the Person of the Father
Do Pronouns Matter?
Semi-modalism as the Greatest Problem Facing the Church Today
God’s ‘Preferred Pronouns’
Eternal Generation Proved from the Scriptures
Dr. Sam Waldron on the one God being the Father in particular
Modalism has Evolved
We Believe in One God, the Father Almighty