Two major worldviews now globally contend for the truth. The first is revealed in Judeo-Christian Scripture, that God created the universe and life on earth. This worldview was first promulgated in the Middle East, specifically, Israel, about 1500 years Before Christ.
The other was invented in 19th century Western Europe, specifically, England, and is the notion of Darwinian evolution, the assumption that the universe just happened to be here and life spontaneously arose by an accidental commingling of matter and energy.
Alongside these two worldviews is a plethora of philosophies and religions also competing in the world, each claiming to hold the key to the truth. They cannot all be right. Truth, by its very definition, can only be one thing: the real, the factual. Truth is exclusive, because it is the elimination and nullification of the false. Truth is absolute.
In the Judeo-Christian worldview codified in the Bible, God reveals Himself as the objective ultimate truth, being the originator and sustainer of all that is. In this paradigm the purpose of life is knowing God and living under Him in this life, and with Him in the life to come.
And contrary to various common misconceptions, the God of the Bible does not command blind faith in “just believing.” He invites everyone to have reasoned and rational faith in an objective reality – Himself.
This book examines one core doctrine of Christianity – the Holy Trinity –and presents evidence that the Trinity is in fact and indeed the foundational reality of the universe.