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Question from James on 12/12/2012:

"to address the idea of a Trinitarian God; something you don’t see in most Protestant/Evangelical type books."

Most Protestants do believe in the Trinity and there are only a handful (Apostolics, etc.) who don't believe in Trinity. Most (80-90%) of Protestans do belive in Trinity. So, MOST evangelical boooks DO believe/write about Trinity.

Answer by Fr. John Echert on 12/12/2012:

I am inclined to agree, at least based on what I know of most mainstream Protestant denominations. Thanks for the clarification on the earlier post from someone on the topic.

God bless, James

Father Echert

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