The Holy Trinity and Social Relations

The Trinity implies that relationships are NOT created by sheer choice, but are built into the very essence of human nature that is made in the image of God. The virtues and graces given to believers through salvation are relational graces. Righteousness, love, truth, and meekness are manifested in our relationships—they are relational graces which are to reflect the blessedness of communion within the Godhead.

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The Glory of God in the Face of Christ (2 Cor 4:3-6)

True religion is above the natural powers of man.  Through the last 2000 years of history the church has often forgotten that truth.  Thus, the gospel has been pushed down from its biblical description as “the power of God” (Rom 1:16-17)—and turned into something men are capable of performing.  The scriptural reality is that a mighty working of God’s sovereign power is needed in order for a person to become saved.

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