Reason Takes Notes and Does Not Dictate

“I was once speaking with a woman in the Jehovah’s Witnesses who said that she refused to believe in the Trinity because the concept was incomprehensible to her. I asked her if she believed that God was infinite. When she said that she did, I asked her to explain that infinitude in a way that would enable me to comprehend it. Of course, she could not. An infinite God is just as incomprehensible as a triune God. The human mind cannot be the court in which truth about God is established” (Back to Basics, p. 28).

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