This review is from: Restoring the Biblical Christ: Is Jesus God? (Restoring the Bibllical Christ Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
In essence it would appear that Kerrigan is arguing for the classic Jehovah Witness position, which he does admirably but imho unsuccessfully, the problem with all attacks on the doctrine of the Tri-unity of God is they all start from a position of strict rationalism and allegedly take only the received (Protestant) bible as their reference. It is obvious to any not swayed by any position that the bible itself supports only a strict Monotheism, so the real question is why did the specific doctrine emerge and how is it necessary in order to speak of God, this book like most will singularly fail to answer such a question, perhaps the best answer is given by Joe Jones in his A Grammar of Christian Faith, when one sees why the Trinity emerged it becomes possible to see it for what it is - the sincere and brilliant understanding of Men of faith reflecting on their encounters with the Risen Lord through the witness of the Spirit in their communities of faith and most certainly not evidence of some doctrinal fall and perversion of the truth, sadly faith rarely seeks understanding.
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