The Trinity - Barton W. Stone Reviewed

Barton W. Stone stated that The word Trinity is not found in the Bible. This is acknowledged by the celebrated Calvin, who calls the Trinity "a popish God, or idol, a mere human invention, a barbarous, insipid, and profane word." Stone's rejection of the Catholic trinity was a common view of the American Restoration Movement.

You may or may not agree with Stone. However, his view is one of several which rejected the Catholic trinity of three beings. His views on The Son entangle Stone with more philosophy than Biblical teaching. Our comments are in red and will continued to be added

Barton W. Stone (1772-1844)
Works of Elder B. W. Stone
Vol. 1, 2nd Edition, Ed. James Matthes
(Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys and Co., 1859)
-- 1820 Original Date --

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