The Trinity Doctrine has been thought to be difficult - it is not that difficult for those who have the sincere desire to know, worship, and serve the One True God!

It is not hard to discover from Scripture that the Father is God, Jesus is God, and the Holy Spirit is God. The Bible is emphatic that there is only one true God by nature. Therefore Bible believing Christians are driven to the conclusion that the Three are all part of the One God. You will enjoy the studies that make this clear.

Max Hatton, the author of all that the website contains, has not always been a Trinitarian but was compelled to an acceptance of the doctrine because of a genuine study of the Bible. He has written two books on the subject of the Trinity - "Understanding the Trinity," available from Seventh-day Adventist book stores, and "The Trinity Doctrine for Seventh-day Adventists," available on this website.

The several other items available on the site relate to many matters that contribute to an understanding of the doctrine. Jesus is shown to be the Creator. He is clearly revealed as Yahweh of the Old Testament (Yahweh was the primary name for God then). The Holy Spirit is shown quite obviously to be a Person who is God, and matters such as what it means for Jesus to be called the Son of God are clarified. There is much much more for those genuinely interested.

Christians need to be quite sure who is worthy of their worship. It would be blasphemy to worship someone who is not God, but on the other hand it would be a great sin to deprive one of worship who is entitled to it because they are God. We must know whether each of the Three are God or not otherwise we may be offensive to Them in our teachings and discussions.

Max Hatton writes in plain language and is not therefore difficult to understand.

The website is commended to you as a valuable resource for an understanding of the Trinity doctrine which contributes to an accurate understanding of Scripture.

Wishing you the rich blessings of heaven in the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit as you sincerely study this vital subject.


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