One of the most contentious theological battles within Christendom over the last two milennia has been over the precise nature of the Godhead. Unlike the two other monotheistic religions, Judaism and Islam, who claim the One God (Elohim) consists of only One Person, Christianity has (by and large) claimed that there are Three Persons (sometimes two). Though there are many speculative theories about the composition of the Godhead, historically Christendom has usually divided into two camps: TRINITARIANISM and ARIANISM. NCCG does not claim to have the final answer to the Godhead question and has its own simple doctrine called PROTOTRINITARIANISM and a more developed one called the ECHAD doctrine. In this page you will discover NCCG's position and also the position of the other branches of Christianity. We hope this exercise in comparitive theology will help you arrive at an intelligent and - most importantly - biblical conclusion.
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