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Nothing can more agree with the account the Scripture gives us of the Son of God, His being in the form, of God and His express and perfect image and representation: (II Cor. 4:4) “Lest the light of the glorious Gospel of Christ Who is the image of God should shine unto them.” (Phil. 2:6) “Who being in the form of God.” (Col. 1:15) “Who is the image of the invisible God.” (Heb. 1:3) “Who being the brightness of His glory and the express image of His person.”

This month we are privileged to peer into the mind, as it were, of one of the greatest theological minds to ever walk this earth; Jonathan Edwards. I suppose that statement could be considered to be a fore-warning to simply state what should be obvious to anyone who has had the pleasure of reading some of the writings of this godly scholar/preacher/Christian, that this article is not the typical modern "fluff", but rather a deep piece that requires the reader to think. grin The end, of course, is that the reader will be rewarded both intellectually and spiritually, if so the Spirit dwells in you.

Sooooooo, dig in and enjoy, doubtless the deepest and most complex biblical truths revealed... The Trinity.

You can find this essay on the Trinity here: An Unpublished Essay on the Trinity.

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You can always find this article and all past articles from years past by visiting The Highway website and clicking on the "Article of the Month logo.

In His service and grace,


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