Trinity

“ A Jewish View of the Trinity Based on the Hebrew Scriptures” by Jews for Jesus

Here is an article by Jews for Jesus reasoning for the Trinity from the Old Testament (Hebrew Bible) A Jewish View of the Trinity Based on the Hebrew Scriptures

I’ve read a number of books on this topic, and this article from Jews for Jesus had some good arguments I hadn’t heard. It’s a good apologetic for the Trinity being in the Old Testament.

It quotes numerous scriptures and discusses the names for God, pronouns, plural nouns with singular verbs for God, plural nouns with plural nouns for God, different Hebrew words for one, and many other interesting points. It is done in a way that is easy to read.

One thing I found interesting was the examples of God having both a plural noun and plural verb. Usually in the Old Testament (Hebrew Scriptures)God is in the plural with a singular verb. This article gave some exceptions along with noting the more standard usage.

This article should be good as a resource for Jewish evangelism. It should also be useful in talking with other people who deny the Trinity like Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and Muslims.

You can find posts like this on our website under Jewish Evangelism

Listen to “God Is Love – the Trinity!” By “Grandma“ Joelee, a free Children’s Bible Audios apologetics audio

Listen to God is Love – the Trinity!

A free apologetics Children’s Bible Audios-Stories for Kids by “Grandma” Joelee. It presents the Trinity not as a problem, but a solution, using the Bible, apologetics, and analogies.

The story behind the Bible story for kids: The purpose of this audio was to take a broad scope of reasons for and apologetics for the Trinity and present them in an interesting way for little kids. I, her son, I have used these in witnessing to Jehovah’s Witnesses, Muslims, and Bahia. But she puts these in language that little kids can understandand enjoy. Also, she presents this as a positive case so as not to raise any doubts for children.

She uses verses from the Bible in Genesis, the Gospel of Matthew, and the gospel of John; arguments from Augustine, CS Lewis, Josh McDowell, and Richard Swinburne; and imagery from Athanasius and the Nicene creed (and an orthodox version of the water analogy). She  connects the Trinity, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, to the Gospel in presenting it for kids.

The Trinity is the solution to the question  as to how God can be the ultimate, not need anyone else, and also be love!