Item description for The Godhead Oneness or Trinity by Frankie Greene...
The Godhead: Oneness or Trinity is a book of clarity of doctrine for the student of the Word who is able to rightly divide the "Word of truth". Oneness: "Dear Trinitarian friend, surely you do not think that two Persons raised Jesus from the dead? that two Persons answer prayer? that two Persons draw us to God? that two Persons are the Alpha and Omega? that two Persons are 'coming?'" (Magee) Trinitarian: "I am come in my Father's name, and ye receive me not: if another shall come in his own name him ye will receive." (Jn. 5:43) "And I will be to him a Father and he shall be to me a son." (Heb. 1:5)
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Studio: Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.06" Width: 6.04" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Dec 31, 2002
Publisher Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing
ISBN 1579215300 ISBN13 9781579215309
Reviews - What do customers think about The Godhead Oneness or Trinity?
You can really tell that this was self-published Oct 6, 2005
Yes, granted, I do not agree with her theological concept of the Godhead, but I have seen better pro-trinitarian arguments from oneness preachers! Not to be mean, but you can really tell that this book was self-published (not that I am putting down on self-published books, but truly this was the only way that she could have this on the shelf). She has no clear understanding of oneness thought, Greek, or even Tertullian's Latin. She butchers Magee's book and often goes on rants about things unrelated to the topic at hand. Amazing enough, she is still attending a oneness church, although she is a trinitarian. She never does once approach the topic with any scholarly sense and instead leaves you wondering if she is still on the same topic. If I was a trinitarian, I would, after reading this book, begin to consider a change in my dogma, if, after 1800 years, this is what trinitarian apology has come to. I recommend French's book: "Our God is One"
The Three In One Deity Concept of the Godhead Apr 6, 2004
Without the trinity of the Godhead, it's possible that one of both of the supporting structures that mankind needs (not that God needs) to explore the power of the Gospel. Since Jesus said he was going to His Father to sit at the right hand, we can assume He had no intention of being the God substitute except to the extent that "identification of Him" is related to God, the Father. Without the Holy Spirit (the left hand of God or not) makes possible the spiritual commonality available to mankind in sharing the brotherhood of man, and the love that God intended for mankind to share, so that all may be lifted by that spirit and recognize himself in each human being, neither above nor below any other man (woman or child). Within the concept of the Godhead as deity, not accepting the purpose of their importance can cause mankind to miss the point altogether. Where the Holy Spirit rises or not from within man, and can be related to the physical form that Jesus took on earth, the two form the supporting archs required to reach the idea that man is formed in the image of God but that the inheritance of that endowment is through the teachings of Jesus with the aid of the Holy Spirit in order to fulfill the promise that God designed for man, and for mankind. No man could possible reason that a place exists for him without conforming to the design that God made as a place for him, conditional as it is upon the acceptance of that place, and the fulfillment of the doctrine made available to man through the combination of Jesus and the Holy Spirit as within man's capacity to know God, and to prove it by the manner in which he treats other men, who also are entitled to share that space God made for all. It is not possible for there to be a preference by God in accepting any of His creatures because they were not made to be preferential except as to animals for whom they share the responsibility to care for in addition to the preservation of the planet upon which, and of which, each is made. To be one with God, man must accept the magnificence of what God hath made, for without that acceptance, man has lifted himself above God and the concept of the Godhead so that it reveals that God and godly things (the earth and the heavens) are irrelevant to man.