Episode 11

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15th Jul 2020

Book One: Chapters 47 to 52

"Again, their defense may seem artificial, without the witness of the Scriptures; for of the one God there is no question, but of the three beings which they call Persons I find no mention, nor does Scripture speak of an Essence, nor of all their other doctrines, disputes of words, and profane babblings. O Timothy, turn away from novelties of words, which some professing have erred concerning the faith. And elsewhere, Be not carried away by diverse and strange questions."

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Errors of The Trinity - Michael Servetus (1531AD)
At age 19, Michael Servetus wrote the most controversial book found in Europe.
Michael Servetus, one of the most brilliant men of the Middle Ages, wrote this treatise at age 19 in 1531AD. He was hunted by the Catholics and the Protestants and eventually burned at the stake by John Calvin in Geneva, Switzerland. He was a polyglot, scholarly proficient, fluent in Hebrew, Greek, Latin, Arabic, and Spanish. He was from Aragon, Spain. He was burned by Calvin in 1553AD with the approval of Luther, Melancthon, and a plethora of so-called reformers. Thomas Jefferson referenced Servetus in identifying religious INTOLERANCE in the newly formed United States of America.
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Christian Author and Pastor, you can find Dqwight at universityofpentecost.com. Email him at princeofpeacecorps@gmail.com.