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The Scriptural Doctrine of the Holy Trinity

28 March 2019  
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'The Trinitarian Bible Society was formed in 1831 by men who were deeply convinced that such an institution needed a basis of faith which would ensure that its affairs would be conducted by men who held Scriptural views of the equal and eternal Deity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. In drawing up the "Laws and Regulations of the Trinitarian Bible Society" our founders stated that - 

The members of this Society shall consist of Protestants, who acknowledge their belief in the Godhead of the Father, of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, Three co-equal and co-eternal Persons in One Living and True God.'

To read more about the 'The Scriptural Doctrine of the Holy Trinity', please click here. 

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