Traveler Posted February 19, 2021 Report Share Posted February 19, 2021 @Jonahasked me to start a thread on this topic concerning Christianity and the Trinity Doctrine established at Nicene counsel and how that creed was used by Christian institutions impacting their society up until roughly the 16th Century. Here is the question from the "Was Jesus Married" thread in the LDS Gospel Discussion section: Quote How do you feel about disciples of Christ that object to the doctrine of the Trinity? Or for that matter anyone of any religion that does not believe in the Trinity? How do you personally believe they ought to be treated and can you give me any examples (especially in any Catholic institution prior 1700 AD) that is in line with your personal understanding? Do you think G-d will ostracize those that do not accept the Trinity? Or does he define his disciples as those that love their neighbor? My main question is not so much concerning the specific doctrine but rather how many Traditional Christians approve the history of its impact on Christian institutions and how those institutions treated any society that rejected the Trinity Creed. Please be prepared to answer my questions of how this creed was used historically and how Christians today view the historical consequences. The Traveler DennisTate, MrShorty and Jane_Doe 2 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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