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The Unveiling of the Trinity (English Edition)
 
 

The Unveiling of the Trinity (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Tom Bosse

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"The Unveiling of the Trinity" is the revelation to the Trinity as disclosed to the author in December 1999, a mere 2 weeks before the New Millennium. The book provides the full comprehension that removes any mystery or confusion and answers probably any question you may have regarding the Trinity including why Jesus cannot know the day or hour of His return to earth, even though He is God in the flesh. Scripture is the only basis for understanding the Trinity and they verify every detail in the book. A revealing and life-changing reality check for those who believe practical answers and factual proof do not exist. Many related questions that have baffled Bible scholars and Church leaders are also uncovered for the first time, including the Virgin Birth, Born-again experience, soul and spirit of man and more.

The book opens up the Bible to deliver a different perspective of the Trinity than previously taught. The contents are as fresh today as the day it was written. The fact that it reveals the Trinity instead of only explaining or defining it, means it shall never become outdated. The book contains the new standard for teaching and/or preaching the "Doctrine of the Trinity" in our churches today. An enlightening book that forever settles the mysteries of the Godhead, the fact of the Trinity and the true nature of Jesus and guarantees you will never refer to the Trinity as a mystery again.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 245 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 160 Seiten
  • Verlag: Tuvott Publishing (15. Januar 2014)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00280M7LA
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2.0 von 5 Sternen This Book Does More Harm than Good 17. Februar 2006
Von T. B. Vick - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Tom Bosse e-mailed me and asked me to review this book. I was quite hesitant to do so, but finally agreed under certain conditions. I was suspicious based on several comments about this book which were made at Bosse's web site. Here are a few of these comments,

"Generations of Bible scholars sought diligently to understand the Trinity. Their futile
efforts simply produced analogies such as St. Patrick's shamrock or the 3-parts of
an egg to convey its meaning. The revelation of what the early Church failed to
realize is now documented in this book."

"If you are merely looking for the same explanations and definitions to the Trinity,
which Bible scholars have rewritten about for centuries, you are in the wrong
place."

The above claims are very ambitious to say the least, especially considering the early Church councils and their final creeds concerning this very doctrine, and many great learned theologians throughout Christian history who have delineated this doctrine in their theological works. After reading Bosse's book, my suspicions were correct.
This book is replete with inept theology and hermeneutics. In fact, there is so much hermeneutical error in this text that I cannot, in the space of this small review, cover all of it. Therefore, I will demonstrate some of the larger and more obvious problems I see in this work.

Simplistically summarized this book declares that God breathed life into mankind, via Adam, and God did this through His spirit. In the beginning our spirit and God's spirit, via creation, were united. When Adam sinned, our spirit was not affected by Adam's sin, but our flesh and soul were. Our spirit and our soul became divided, due to sin, and our blood became "poisoned" with sin. Because of this [Adam's] sin, God needed a way to redeem mankind. Bosse holds to a trichotomy view of mankind (meaning man is a body, soul and spirit). However, he takes this trichotomy view and applies it to the Trinity. This is where the most serious problem lies within this text.

While there are other smaller theological differences which caused me to disagree with quite a few assertions made by Bosse in this text (i.e. the Calvinist/Arminian differences, etc.), there were several larger theological problems asserted by Bosse which not only caused Bosse to fall into grievous error, but also ruined the overall thrust of the work. These larger problems will be the focus of this review.

First, Bosse holds to a semi-Pelagian, if not a near full blown Pelagian view of the doctrine of original sin. Comments such as, "The little child [those smaller and younger than a mere child] does not have the stain of sin; therefore he is able to enter to Kingdom of God." (p. 115). Also, ". . . little children are connected to God's Spirit and remain so until understanding comes to them." (ibid). Bosse teaches that there is an age of accountability, until that time little children are not under the stain of sin.

Second, Bosse holds to a mix of Christological heretical views. At the point of Jesus' incarnation, Bosse begins to draw strong dichotomies between Christ's divinity and Christ's humanity; to the point where Christ's humanity in the incarnation is much more crucial and important, and "outweighs" His divinity, especially after His ascension. Regarding the "state" of Jesus after His ascension Bosse declares, "Remember, God could not redeem man from His divine position. If Jesus had reclaimed His divinity [this assumes He lost it at some point], which He employed after His incarnation, His redemption efforts would have been in vain."

Third, Bosse holds to a type of distorted Arianism. This remark is the most telling of this distorted view, "Did God simply make Jesus from nothing? Certainly not. There was a definite element devised by God the Father to formulate God the Son. Just as man was made from the dust of the earth, Jesus also was made of a substance. What was that substance?" Bosse explains that this "substance" was the Word of God as found in John 1:1-3.

Fourth, Bosses holds to a blatant view of Gnosticism. Bosse teaches throughout this text that the body (flesh) of man is corrupt. This would be quite orthodox had he stopped there. However, he goes on to declare that the flesh is evil and only the spirit is pure, and thus needs to be united with God. The soul and body were severed, so to speak, from the spirit. The spirit of man remained pure, but the soul and body of man became evil. Bosse declares, "the flesh is drawn to Satan and sin, while the spirit seeks after God and righteousness."

Fifth, and the last of the major problems, is the fact that Bosse teaches, in this text, that there was a battle between God and Satan and Satan lost when he killed Jesus, an innocent man. Prior to this Satan had total dominion over the earth and God had to find a way to "win it back." The fact that Jesus did not rebel against His Father, was the one technicality that Satan failed to take into consideration when Satan killed Jesus. Jesus remained obedient, He deposited the sins of mankind into hell itself (which, by the way, is located at the center of the earth), and the victory was accomplished. This whole scenario as Bosse paints it in much greater detail in this book, is wrought with so many theological problems, this issue alone could take up all the space for this review.

I have merely touched on some of the major theological problems of this work and have barely mentioned the hermeneutical "proof-texting" and lack of appropriate exegesis used by Bosse. In the end this book does more damage than it does good. I give it two stars simply for the fact that Bosse declares that one cannot be saved apart from Jesus' death and resurrection. As far as his answering the "mysteries" of the Trinity, he did no such thing. He merely distorted the view to a greater degree. I do not recommend this book at all. It would in fact be better for anyone to avoid it. Instead, I would recommend Athanasius' work "On the Incarnation."
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Undeniably the answer to the mystery of the Trinity 1. März 2006
Von John C. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I approached this book with skepticism, but also with anticipation. I endeavored before reading the book, to lay aside what tradition had taught me and to be open minded. That was truly the right approach because "The Unveiling of the Trinity" did not void what I had been taught, but filled in the gaps and made the Trinity comprehensible.

The Trinity is presented from a realistic viewpoint. As Bosse points out; the creation of man is summed up in 27 words in Genesis verse 2:7, but we find many Scriptures verses in other places of the Bible that provide clues and answers to that event. Likewise, Bosse applies that same scenario to the Trinity by confirming that the Trinity was never a mystery to begin with, but either apparently was overlooked by thosands of Bible scholars, or God withheld its revelation from us until these last days.

The book answers many questions, which up until this time could not be answered because of the mystery. In sorting out the puzzle to the mystery, Bosse reveals the element that resticted our understanding of the Trinity.

In the first two chapters, he lays the foundation. From there, he builds on that foundation from Genesis to Revelation with everything needed to understand the Trinity, minus the mystery. The Trinity is illustrated in both Old and New Testaments with illuminating Scripture accounts regarding Christ's time on earth as well as His present time in heaven.

This book is certain to cause controversy because of the subject matter. Still, it contains the only possible answer to the mystery, and is easy to read and understand. I highly recommend this book to everyone both Christain and non-Christian, but before you read it, leave your traditions and preconceived notions behind.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The prototype for explaining Christianity 27. September 2007
Von Jan S - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Most Trinity books simply replay the same issues over and over. Thankfully, this book finally gets to the bottom of what has been a Christian Achilles heel for centuries. Bosse approaches this topic from a different perspective and finishes by providing the reader a thorough and full understanding, without the mystery that the Trinity is famous for.

What the Nicene Council failed to include in its doctrine of the Trinity, this book fills in the blanks. Any individual desiring to understand the Trinity, now can. Every church should use the contents of this book to upgrade their knowledge of the Trinity. If you are a Christian and read any book this year, be sure to place this one at the top of your list.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Written in easy-to-understand format 10. März 2004
Von Midwest Book Review - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Engagingly written by Tom Bosse (a Christian lay minster, nursing home ministry director, and a student of the bible for over 25 years), The Unveiling Of The Trinity: A Biblical Account Of The Mystery Revealed is an analytical survey of the Trinity from the creation of man down to the Savior's time on earth and His ascension. Written in easy-to-understand format and intended for non-specialist general readers of all denominational backgrounds, The Unveiling Of The Trinity is an excellent religious study guide that explores profound spiritual questions such as "Is Mary the mother of God?"; "Is Jesus the only way to heaven?"; "What are the soul and spirit of man?"; and so much more.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Unveiling of the Trinity 8. Mai 2009
Von Wanda F. Parker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
This is an awesome book. I ordered two at first because my daughter had asked me about the Trinity. I searched until I found Tom Bosse's book. He did such an excellent job in explaining the Trinity, I decided to order four more for others. I have even used parts of it teaching our adult Sunday School class. Thanks Tom for a great book!!
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