Is T.D. Jakes Trinitarian?

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7 Comments

  • Reply May 1, 2016

    Ricky Grimsley

    I listened to td jakes say he was Trinitarian in an interview on the elephant room. He said he was Trinitarian but the position he described was not trinitarian.

  • Reply May 1, 2016

    Vlad Stepanov

    No

  • Reply May 1, 2016

    William Lance Huget

    He was modalist/Oneness. He may have claimed to be trinitarian in response to criticism, but it seems there are semantical issues and he may still be Oneness?

  • Reply May 1, 2016

    Ricky Grimsley

    As trinitarians do you see the “godhead” as three persons. One that has a body and two are just spirits?

  • Reply May 1, 2016

    Bambi Lyn Carr

    No

  • Reply May 1, 2016

    William Lance Huget

    There is one eternal uncreated spirit nature/substance/essence/being of God with 3 personal distinctions/conscious centers who are co-equal, co-eternal, co-essential.

    Only the Word/Logos/Son added humanity to His Deity becoming one person with two natures, fully God, fully man.

  • Reply May 1, 2016

    John B. Gaither

    I always assumed he was oneness

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