Thursday, May 04, 2006

Natural Theology and Trinitarianism

Revealed theology aside, the Trinity is more plausible than a unitarian view of God. In Unitarianism God is a person who doesn't give Himself away essentially in love for another; rather, He is only essentially focused on Himself. Therefore, a unitarian god cannot be the most perfect being and is therefore unworthy of being called God. In the Christian Trinity, however, God is three persons in one essence in eternal, self-giving and essential love relationships.