by Thomas Weisser
Tertullian is considered by many to be the Father of the Trinity. He came against the majority view at that time ( c. 200) which maintained the Oneness of God without subordinating Jesus Christ. In his “Against Praxeas” he outlined his heretical views of the Godhead and revealed what the largest segment of Christians believed at that time: “The simple, indeed, (I will not call them unwise or unlearned) who always constitute the majority of believers, are startled at the dispensation ( of the Three in One), on the ground that their very rule of faith withdraws them from the world’s plurality of gods to the one only true God.”
Highly recommended reading for those that want to discover where the concept of the Trinity came from.
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