Explanation of the Christian doctrine of the TrinityThe Trinity is one of the most controversial teachings in Christianity. There are many views that are incorrect and the analogies Christians come up with are not even close to accurate. While many believe the trinity cannot be explained, this article is dedicated to explaining the trinity in the most simple terms possible. Incorrect views... Read more »
Quotes from the Early Church Fathers: Man in God’s image and the TrinityThe Church Fathers, Tertullian and Augustine both explained the trinity in regards to man being created in the image of God. Their explanation was not like modern day explanations that teach man is body, soul, and spirit. This explanation of the Trinity and man being created in the image of God is not found in... Read more »
Quotes from the Early Church Fathers: The Holy SpiritThe Early church Fathers all taught that the Holy Spirit is God. The Holy Spirit’s Divinity is a subject that was always understood. To make a distinction between the nature of God the Father and the Holy Spirit from the Bible is an act of futility. Because of common sense, the early church understood God’s... Read more »
The history and authority of the Apostles CreedThe origin of the precise text of the Apostle’s Creed is unknown; however, it does not take much research to find that the text is fully supported in the Bible. The Apostle’s Creed is a simplified statement of faith that concisely articulates the basics of the Christian faith. The Apostle’s Creed is the foundation of... Read more »
Quotes from the Early Church Fathers: The Word, Virgin birth, and  IncarnationThe early Christian Fathers all taught that Christ is God. They taught that Christ is the Word of God incarnate as a human born from the virgin Mary. Not only did they teach Christ was Christ begotten from eternity, they also taught that He became a man and lived on earth as the only begotten Son... Read more »
Quotes from the Early Church Fathers: Christ Begotten from EternityThe doctrine of the Trinity has a core teaching that was taught by the early church. The early church taught that Christ was begotten before eternity. This is a necessary and scriptural teaching of the nature of Christ. Christianity teaches that Christ is fully God and Fully man. When discussing Christs divinity, the early church... Read more »
Quotes from the Early Church Fathers: on the TrinityBefore we can come to a clear understanding of the doctrine of the trinity in Christianity, it is absolutely imperative to read what the early church fathers taught about God. The Trinity was expounded upon over time through the study and defense of the Apostolic and Old Testament teachings. The early church fathers originally only... Read more »
Saint Augustine of HippoSaint Augustine of Hippo is considered by many to be the greatest Christian theologian of the church. He is called a “Doctor of the Church” by Roman Catholics and Anglicans and is considered the “Father” of the protestant reformation by many. He lived between 354 and 430 A.D. in Africa, which is modern day Algeria.... Read more »
Eusebius Pamphilus of CaesareaEusebius Pamphilus of Caesarea was a great christian historian and bible critic that contributed immensely to the modern Bible we have today. He was born around 260 to 265 and died around 339 to 340 AD. He lived in Caesarea which is now day Israel near Tel Aviv. His works, especially on the “Ecclesiastical History”... Read more »
Saint Athanasius of AlexandriaSaint Athanasius of Alexandria was born in c. 296 A.D. and died in 373 A.D. He was called a “Doctor of the Church” and is considered one of the greatest theologians in the Christian faith. His christological teaching helped to form our understanding of the trinity we hold today. He was from Alexandria in Egypt.... Read more »
Saint Ignatius of AntiochSaint Ignatius of Antioch was a great Christian and early church father that wrote several letters that are referenced by Christians today. He was killed by the Roman government because he did not worship the Roman Emperor or the Roman gods. Saint Ignatius’s birth day is unknown. He was born somewhere around 40 A.D.. Antioch... Read more »