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The trinity doctrine is the belief that God is three persons coexisting in one being or substance, as the doctrine is often defined, is held by millions of Catholics, Protestants and Orthodox believers alike. For a deeper study of the trinity doctrine and if the trinity is biblical read the study aid Is God a Trinity?.

  • by Amanda Miller
In this three-part series, let’s briefly examine the historicity of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead, the nature of Jesus in the context of modern cult worship, and how one might discern whether the cultivation of Christianity is based on authentic design or cultish forgery.
  • by United Church of God
Similar to most Christian churches, United Church of God (UCG) congregations meet each week to worship our great Creator God and to receive instruction from His Word. Typical services include familiar elements such as song, prayer and sermons. However, UCG differs from other Christian churches in several important ways.
  • by Donald Ward
Belief in the Trinity is the hallmark of orthodoxy. It is so strongly held by many churches that to deny it, in their view, is to not be a Christian. Do you understand what the Bible really says?
  • by John Miller
Many people, confused by the conception of God as a Trinity, don’t really understand the nature and purpose of the Holy Spirit. What is God’s Spirit, really? And what can it do for you?