The apocalyptic subversion of philosophical Trinitarianism | P.OST

Andrew Perriman writes this post.  Here’s an excerpt:

A key part of the broad “thesis” that I am putting forward on this blog and in my books is the observation that the New Testament texts reflect a consistently apocalyptic outlook.

Here’s another:

We are having to work with two distinct visions of Jesus—as apocalyptically conceived messiah and as philosophically conceived second person of the Trinity.

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2 Responses to The apocalyptic subversion of philosophical Trinitarianism | P.OST

  1. JesusSaves says:

    Ahh Mikey, did you know that the Easter Bunny died for your pathetic sins?

    But it’s O.K. Mikey, because the great invisible fairy in the sky brought his stinking corpse back to life after 3 days.
    And he’s still hopping to this very day.

    Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaahahhaahahahahaahah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Thank you Easter Bunny for dying for Mikey’s pathetic sins!!!!

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