I believe in the Holy Trinity–Part 3 8 December, 2005 / Julian Freeman This is the easiest one yet in this series. Instead of writing my own thoughts, I want to redirect you to Darrin Brooker’s. In this post, he muses on the Trinity as he relates to ecumenism. Definitely worth a read. More from my siteSermons on JamesMike Bullmore: Can I be Saved without Knowing Jesus?The Gospel and PostmodernityLoveBack to the Future?John MacArthur: How Can We Rescue the Family? Trinity Previous post Guest Post Next post I believe in the Holy Trinity–Part 4 1 Comment kerux 10 December, 2005 at 12:41 pm I would just like to say that I am reading your blog again.I realize this comes as a shock since you have not changed your most hideous, eye-melting, brain-cramping template… but I just downloaded SAGE into FIREFOX and now I can see what you write without having my retinas drilled open with a rusty #10 screw.This just proves that there is always a way to see the world the way you like. (Now if I can just get blogger.com to put some words I can READ into word verification I will be a happy blogger!!) yaguqkoy – what in the world!