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* Trinitarian Bible Society
In the spring of 1867, Bullinger became clerical secretary of the Trinitarian Bible Society, a position he would hold till his death in 1913.
In 1867, at age 29, Bullinger accepted the office of clerical secretary of the Trinitarian Bible Society ( TBS ), an office which he exercised, with rare lapses due to illness in his later years, until his death.
Oneness Pentecostals believe that Trinitarian doctrine is a " tradition of men " and neither scriptural nor a teaching of God, and cite the absence of the word " Trinity " from the Bible as one evidence of this.
One of the relevant Bible passages is John 1: 1-18 where, in the Trinitarian view, Christ is identified with a pre-existent divine hypostasis called the Logos or Word.
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The AG is Trinitarian and holds the Bible as divinely inspired and the infallible authoritative rule of faith and conduct.
The Missionary Church is a Trinitarian body that believes the Bible is the inspired Word of God and authoritative in all matters of faith ; that " salvation is the result of genuine repentance of sin and faith in the atoning work of Christ "; and that the " church is composed of all believers in the Lord Jesus who have been vitally united by faith to Christ ".
The Church of the United Brethren in Christ is a conservative Trinitarian body of Christians that hold the deity, humanity, and atonement of Jesus ; that the Bible, in both the Old and New Testaments, is the inspired Word of God ; and that salvation is through faith, repentance and following after Christ.
The Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches holds an orthodox Trinitarian theology, the infallible inspiration of the Scriptures, and is dispensational premillennial in eschatology.
A similar 1831 controversy about Unitarians holding significant Society offices resulted in a minority separating to form the Trinitarian Bible Society.
They claim that by accepting the assumptions of non-Christians, which fundamentally deny the Trinitarian God of the Bible, one could not even formulate an intelligible argument.
In 1895, Scofield was called as pastor of Moody's church, the Trinitarian Congregational Church of East Northfield, Massachusetts, and he also attempted with limited success to take charge of Moody ’ s Northfield Bible Training School.
* The Trinitarian Bible Society is working on a revision of the Valera 1909 at this time.
Nonetheless, the student body represented a cross-section of conservative Protestant and independent churches, such as various Baptist groups, Assembly of God, Plymouth Brethren, Evangelical Presbyterian, Church of God in Christ, Bible churches, Trinitarian Pentecostal churches, and others.

Trinitarian and Society
While a prospective member must be a Trinitarian Christian Master Mason in good standing with a Grand Lodge that is recognized by the Grand Lodge of the jurisdiction in which the Society meets, the various Societies have no other Masonic links, ties, or official recognition.

Trinitarian and would
However, it would be fundamentally incorrect to identify Gregory as a social Trinitarian, as his theology emphasises the unity of God's will, and he clearly believes that the identities of the Trinity are the three persons, not the relations between them.
Also there were Eusebius of Caesarea, Eusebius of Nicomedia and the young deacon Athanasius, who would become the champion of the Trinitarian dogma ultimately adopted by the council and spend most of his life battling Arianism.
Other faiths ( Frankists, Oneness Pentecostals and Branhamists in particular ) use the formula " In the name of Jesus Christ " ( based on Acts 2: 38 ) for baptism, and in turn re-baptize converts who were first baptized under the Trinitarian formula, sometimes claiming that such persons would not have been previously aware that " Jesus is the Lord ".

Trinitarian and division
During these formative years, doctrinal division developed and widened over traditional Trinitarian theology and the formula used at baptism, with some Pentecostal leaders claiming revelation or other insights pointing them toward the Oneness concept.

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The Cappadocian Fathers also took up the torch ; their Trinitarian discourse was influential in the council at Constantinople.
* Trinitarian monotheism is the Christian doctrine of belief in one God who is three distinct persons ; God the Father ( Yahweh ), God the Son ( Christ Jesus ) and God the Holy Spirit ( Holy Ghost ).
Adherents of the apophatic tradition in Christianity hold that, outside of directly-revealed knowledge through Scripture and Sacred Tradition ( such as the Trinitarian nature of God ), God in His essence is beyond the limits of what human beings ( or even angels ) can understand ; He is transcendent in essence ( ousia ).
Like many hymns, Love Divine is loosely Trinitarian in organization: Christ is invoked in the first stanza as the expression of divine love ; the Holy Spirit in the second stanza as the agent of sanctification ; the Father in the third stanza as the source of life ; and the Trinity ( presumably ) in the final stanza as the joint Creator of the New Creation.
Mainline denominations are historically Trinitarian and proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord and Son of God ; they adhere to the historic creeds such as the Nicene Creed, the Apostles ' Creed, and the Athanasian Creed.
In 1785, Dundee Academy was opened in the Nethergate, in a hospital building built by the Trinitarian Friars before the Reformation ; today it is the site of St Andrews Roman Catholic Cathedral.

Trinitarian and does
While denying that Jesus spoke the formula, these scholars acknowledge that the verse does represent Trinitarian ideas in the early Christian church.
However, the formula does not necessarily endorse the specific Nicene Trinitarian doctrine adopted at the 4th-century Council of Nicea and elaborated upon by later councils, and does not necessarily show that 1st-century Christians believed in the mysterious unity, equality, or co-eternity of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Volf takes Joseph Ratzinger ( Catholic, current Pope Benedict XVI ) and John Zizioulas ( Orthodox, and a bishop ) as his dialogue partners, and critiques their anchoring of the communal and hierarchical nature of the church in hierarchical Trinitarian relations ( both thinkers gives primacy to the “ One ,” though each does this in a different way ).

Trinitarian and believe
They believe that mainstream Trinitarian Christians have been misled by long-held and unchallenged " traditions of men ".
Although Matthew 28: 19 seems to mandate a Trinitarian formula for baptism, Oneness theology avows that the " name " in that verse is actually singular and refers to Jesus, whose name they believe to be that of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
While there have been theological debate over the nature of Jesus, Trinitarian Christians generally believe that Jesus is God incarnate, God the Son, and " true God and true man " ( or both fully divine and fully human ).
While there have been theological debate over the nature of Jesus, Trinitarian Christians generally believe that Jesus is the Logos, God incarnate, God the Son, and " true God and true man " ( or both fully divine and fully human ).
Toleration of worship was later extended to Protestants who did not believe in Trinitarian doctrine in the Unitarians Relief Act 1813.

Trinitarian and be
Attitudes of both towards different Protestant groups vary, primarily based upon how strongly Trinitarian the Protestant group in question might be.
Although practice in this regard varies, in general, if a convert comes to Orthodoxy from another Christian confession and has previously undergone a rite of baptism in the Trinitarian Formula (" in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit "), he or she may be received into the Orthodox Church through the sacrament of chrismation, after which receiving the Holy Eucharist.
On this date, Theodosius I decreed that only the followers of Trinitarian Christianity were entitled to be referred to as Catholic Christians, while all others were to be considered to be heretics, which was considered illegal.
As the original wooden god was a unitary figure, temples for the single deity continued to be built even after a Trinitarian image emerged at Puri.
Though not ultimately ideal, in certain cultural settings hierarchical forms of the church may even be the best possible and therefore preferable ways of reflecting in the church the Trinitarian communion of the one God.
Thus the holy day is considered to be a Trinitarian feast.
However, the Council of Chalcedon also insisted that hypostasis be used as it was in the Trinitarian definition: to indicate the person and not the nature as with Apollinarius.
"< Ref > God for Us p231 </ ref > She says faithful Trinitarian theology must be practical and include an understanding of our own personhood in relationship with God and each other, which she calls " Living God's life with one another ".
John Stott has stressed that this must be understood not as the Son placating the Father, but rather in Trinitarian terms of the Godhead initiating and carrying out the Atonement, motivated by a desire to save humanity.
From the middle of the fourth century onwards the word came to be contrasted with ousia and used to mean " individual reality ," especially in the Trinitarian and Christological contexts.

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