As I understand it, the doctrine of the Trinity as expressed
in the Athanasian Creed is:
"...And the catholic faith is this, that we worship one God
in Trinity and Trinity in Unity...the whole three persons
co-eternal and co-equal...He therefore that will be
saved MUST THINK THUS of the Trinity."
If that is true, then there is an important question...
Where did Jesus or the apostles ever teach that
Christians must believe that God is three persons,
who are co-equal and co-eternal in order to be
If in fact, those who do not believe in the Trinity cannot
be saved, it seems to me that we have a moral obligation to
show explicit and unambiguous scriptural authority for
that position - or admit that our authority is unscriptural.
Where can I find such proof?