Cox A Study on the Trinity

Cox A Study on the Trinity is a short 32-page work on the Trinity with special attention applied towards Muslims and Jehovah’s Witnesses.

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See below for the complete book outline. Cox DR Understanding the Trinity

Chapter 1. God is One Monotheism.
What does “god” mean?
What does “one” mean?
God is alone, i.e. there is no other “god” like our God
God is unified, one

Chapter 2. Why God is one, but has to be three persons in that one God: Love needs three people.
The eternal nature of love conquering
God the Father loves
God the Son is the Beloved
God the Holy Spirit is the manifestation of this divine love

Chapter 3. Other Consideration that God has to be three persons
Plurality of the Godhead
God the Father is the program maker with His Divine Will
Jesus and the Holy Spirit are the missionaries
Jesus is our Moral Pattern
Indwelling of the Holy Spirit
Theophanies and “no man has seen God”

Chapter 4. God the Father is God

Chapter 5. Jesus is God
Jehovah’s Witnesses One God, but two Classes of God; God the Father and the inferior “god” the Son
Clear Declarations of Jesus’ Divinity
Jesus’ Divine Attributes
-Receives Worship as God
-Jesus receives prayers
Jesus is the Holy One: God is the Holy One
Jesus is Creator; God is the Only Creator
Jesus is Savior; God is the only Savior
Jesus Forgives sin; God alone forgives sins
Jesus is Redeemer; God is the only Redeemer
Jehovah only shares his glory with no one, but does share it with Jesus

Chapter 6. The Holy Spirit is God

Chapter 7. Unacceptable explanations of the Trinity

Chapter 8 Conclusion

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