Tuesday, December 27, 2016

The Dark History of the Trinity Doctrine

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Publication Date: December 25, 2016
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Language: English
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Table of contents:

0. Introduction

1. The Origin and Progress of the Doctrine of the Trinity by John Cordner 1832
John Cordner studied at the Royal Belfast Academical Institution in the early 1800's.
2. The Trinity and Egyptian Belief by James Bonwick F.R.G.S. 1878
James Bonwick (8 July 1817 – 6 October 1906) was an English-born Australian historical and educational writer.

3. The Trinity and the Phallic Origin of Religion By Clifford Howard 1902

4. The Trinity and Ancient Sex Worship

5. Ethan Allen on the Doctrine of the Trinity 1784

6. Voltaire on the Trinity, Arianism and Michael Servetus 1904

7. The Book of Wisdom and the Gnostic Trinity Idea by Paul Carus 1900
Paul Carus (1852-1919) born in Ilsenburg, Germany, and educated at the universities of Strassburg (then Germany, now France) and Tübingen, Germany, obtained his PhD from Tübingen in 1876.

8. 1200 Years of Trinitarian Conflict by By Winfield S. Crowe D.D. 1894

9. The Absurdity of the Trinity By Rev. Stephen Farley 1851

10. The Mystic Number Three, article in Public Opinion: A Weekly Review of Current Thought and Activity, Nov 12 1897

11. Killed for Denying the Trinity by Heinz Schmitz 2016

12. The Impossibility of the Trinity by Ethan Allen 1854

13. On the Platonic Origin of the Trinity by Andrews Norton 1833
Andrews Norton (1786–1853) was an American preacher and theologian who graduated from Harvard University in 1804 and continued as a graduate student and lecturer there and at Bowdoin College. He was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1815. In 1819, Harvard made him Dexter Professor of Sacred Literature, a position he held until 1830; he also served as Harvard College Librarian from 1813 to 1821

14. The Holy Spirit, article in The Universalist Quarterly 1862

15. What has the Trinity Done to Our Bible, by Heinz Schmitz

16. Pagan Origin of the Doctrine of Trinity by John C Pitrat 1857
John C Pitrat, University of France

17. The Mystery of the Trinity by Eugene A. Skilton 1901

18. The Doctrine of the Trinity cannot be justly inferred from the Scriptures by W.B.H. Beach 1867

19. Is the Doctrine of the Trinity Part of Original Christianity? article in Current Literature 1905

20. The History of the Johannine Comma (1 John 5:7,8), article in the London Inquirer 1875

21. The Burning of Servetus, by Rev. Frank B. Cressey 1903

22. The Pagan Origin of the Trinity Doctrine by Thomas Doane 1882

23.  John 1:1, and the Word was a God, by Charles Voysey 1871
a Clergyman of the Church of England

24. The Origin of the Doctrine of the Trinity in the Christian Church - Article in the Morning Light 1883

25. Is Jesus called "God" at John 20:28? by Heinz Schmitz

26. The Pre-Christian Doctrine of the Trinity by Kersey Graves 1875

27. Jesus Christ a god, article in Manford's Magazine 1887

28. Jesus as the LOGOS or WORD by Joseph H Crooker 1890
Joseph H. Crooker (1850-1939) was an ordained Unitarian minister, an active theologian and scholar, a writer, lecturer and author.

29. The Polytheism of Genesis Chapter 1 by Rev. A. E. Whatham 1911

30. Great Quotes on the Trinity Doctrine by Heinz Schmitz

31. The Omission of the Three Heavenly Witnesses by Alfred Plummer (1 John 5:7)
Alfred Plummer was a Church of England clergyman and a Biblical Scholar

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