Who's Tampering with the Trinity?: An Assessment of the Subordination Debate
In his most recent scholarly work, theologian Millard J. Erickson examines the various views concerning subordination within the Trinity and also looks at the discussion throughout the history of the church. In addition to providing rigorous theological analysis of the subject, Erickson exposes flaws in familial implications derived from the Trinity. This increasingly debated topic has finally received a thorough, careful, and objective treatment in Who's Tampering with the Trinity.
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