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The doctrine of the Trinity often confuses us, especially because there is no passage dedicated to explaining this doctrine. The early sages wrote important creeds in order to make the churches have a consistent belief in this doctrine, but modern people still find it difficult to understand the Trinity. This booklet explores the teachings of the Trinity from the entire Bible and history. The author talks about how God is the only God, and there are three persons at the same time. He also introduces the definition of the Trinity and points out what this doctrine means for the Christian life.
Discussion Questions: After reading this booklet, you can think about the following questions: - How does the triune God participate in the operation of believers' spiritual gifts? According to the twelfth chapter of 1 Corinthians, who has the spiritual gifts? What is the wrong perception of spiritual gifts in the church today? - Jesus is a prophet, king, and priest at the same time. How can we imitate Jesus in these three gifts and offices? - How many levels does the author divide spiritual gifts into? What is the difference in authority and nature? Which characters and roles correspond to each level? - How do we know from the nature of the gift of apostles that God's revelation (the canon of the Bible) has been completed and cannot be added or deleted? - From the basis of speech and action, what two types of spiritual gifts can we divide? Please give an example to briefly explain the difference. How to distinguish and verify its authenticity? - How do we view "speaking in tongues" from the perspective of spiritual gifts? What is the wrong perception of "speaking in dialects" in the 20th century?