268 episodes

Weekly podcast exploring views about the Trinity, and more generally about God and Jesus in Christian theology and philosophy. Debates, interviews, and historical and contemporary perspectives. Hosted by philosopher of religion / analytic theologian Dr. Dale Tuggy.

Trinities Dale Tuggy

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.7, 66 Ratings

Weekly podcast exploring views about the Trinity, and more generally about God and Jesus in Christian theology and philosophy. Debates, interviews, and historical and contemporary perspectives. Hosted by philosopher of religion / analytic theologian Dr. Dale Tuggy.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
66 Ratings

66 Ratings

Florida Marc ,

Best source I’ve found for intellectual and honest questioning of the dogmatic trinity doctrine

I’ve been questioning the trinity for many years, doing my own research with the information that I have available. The challenge has been to find good sources to honestly look at this issue without biases of denominations or preaching. This podcast looks at the issue from deep philosophical, theological, and biblical perspectives and has a great representative of experts from all persuasions. I’m only on episode 50 but I’m looking forward to them all! Thank you!

j&e777 ,

Was going to be 5 stars...

...until the latest episode, the description of which ridicules Mormons. Sad to see that low point.

Other than the above I strongly recommend this podcast. I am not a Mormon or another kind of Christian, but he’s philosophically and historically convinced me of the non-trinitarian worldview of the old and new testaments (given the ground rule of inerrant scripture). Having been raised Catholic, I never gave much thought to the trinity- and that’s the problem: neither have most Christians. Yes, “a man attested by God” turns out to be the best description of Jesus of Nazareth in scripture.

This show also has the best tag line in theological podcasts: Do you love god enough... to think about him?

russrip ,

Deceiving

It’s important for orthodox Christians to understand that the podcast is sympathetic to Unitarianism, despite what the name suggests. I started at the beginning, and found the content to be thought provoking and well put together, but I was surprised when Dale turned out to be arguing against the doctrine of the Trinity. I think it would be helpful to know the clear aim of this podcast prior to listening.

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