The title of this work, De Trinitatis erroribus, is taken from the work by Spanish theologian Michael Servetus who was burned to death on the. De Trinitatis erroribus. Date, Source, servetus/writings/#0. Author, Miguel Servet. De Trinitatis erroribus libri septem.. / Per Michaelem Serueto, aliàs Reues ab Aragonia Hispanum. Anno M.D. XXXI.. Author. Servetus, Michael ?
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Ignatius writes of Almighty God “the only true God, the unbegotten and unapproachable, the Lord of all, the Father and Begetter of the only-begotten Son,” indicating a clear difference between The God and His Son.
In a some Paul actually states that Jesus Christ has a god of his own. When the Nazarene speaks of “Our Heavenly Father” who does he have in mind? We wish only to supply the apologia for our own beliefs and to do this with gentleness and respect and hopefully with a degree of graciousness.
For he declares in Deuteronomy During his flight from inquisitional Protestant persecutors Servetus discovered a tiny congregation of Anabaptists who described themselves as, “The brethren.
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Actually, surrounded by multi-god worshipping Greeks and Romans it is almost a natural thing to address Jesus as “god. Does all of this contradict the modern view of monotheism?
Erratum on leaf  recto. Let all the trinitati realize that you are the only God, that Jesus Christ is your Child. There is another factor in a couple of these salutations, however.
No where does Paul report he saw God. Is it fair to say, if he were of a Trinitarian bent of mind, Paul has a full canvas here to express his triune idea. Of the seven Epistles which are acknowledged by Eusebius.
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De trinitatis erroribus libri septem
We have found Unitarians much more readily to forgive doctrinal disagreement than Trinitarians. Jesus himself recognizes, both in his “days in the flesh” as well as the Celestial Christ, that he has a God for he dw the phrase “my God” twice, once at his death and once after his resurrection.
For example, Paul uses a fairly consistent salutation as part of the introduction to his letters. Likely he wrote early in the second century, but only fragments of his writings exist today. No member of the Small Council dissenting passed sentence of death on two counts of heresyUnitarianism and the rejecft of infant baptism. On the otherhand, if we have a more realistic view, and as it turns out the historical one, the Erroribue and the Christians believed there was one absolute God, YHWH.
However, on this matter of Ignatius, it s good to consider how he makes a clear distinction between the “one God” and the Son He revealed, even as Paul does.
They bear in themselves indubitable proofs of being the production of a later age. Am I trying to convince men or a god? Is it fair to say no modern Trinitarian theologion would have composed the inspired verse missing theThird Person of the Trinity in this manner, for it is too irresistable.
May God, who seeth all things, and who is the Ruler of all spirits and the Lord of trinitagis flesh-who chose our Lord Jesus Christ and us through Him to be a peculiar people-grant to every soul that calleth upon His glorious and holy Name, faith, fear, peace, patience, long-suffering. Christ must be a man, like us, if he would redeem us from corruption and make us perfect. Consider these two contrasts: Nor did I first learn it from any human source but only by a personal unveiling from Jesus Christ himself.
The longest of these introductary words is Romans 1. Only 20 years old he published De Trinitatis erroribus Errors of the Trinity. There is a particular incident when following the ascension of Jesus the Nazarene to heaven in which he revealed himself, or made himself visible, to one particular unbeliever, Saul of Tarsus. The use of the single hyphen on the title page is the most obvious way to distinguish the counterfeit edition from the original. Although the shorter form.
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The holy spirit makes no appearance in this long sentence. He then who would live the true life is enjoined first to know Him ‘whom no one knows, except the Son reveal Him. It is our purpose to provide a work for the year 2, AD which takes up the banner of Michael Servetus.
Reprint of Hagenau edition. But, verse 7b has his standard salutation: Glory to you forever! This is easier to understand if the word “lord” is used for it seems to have a wider undersanding in English.