Christians who have believed the doctrine of the Trinity

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The church is built on "the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Christ Jesus himself being the cornerstone."[1]

Here is a list of a few of the great men and women of the Christian faith, after the death of the apostle John, that believed the doctrine of the Trinity as being fundamental to the Christian faith:

  1. Irenaeus, d. ~202 A.D.
  2. Martin of Tours, d. 397
  3. Augustine of Hippo, d. 430
  4. Patrick, d. 493
  5. Columba, d. 597
  6. Adomnan of Iona, d. 704
  7. John Wycliffe, d. 1384
  8. Jan Huss, d. 1411
  9. William Tyndale, d.1536
  10. Jacob Hutter, d. 1536
  11. Martin Luther, d. 1546
  12. Menno Simons, d. 1561
  13. John Foxe, d. 1587
  14. Jacob Arminius, d. 1609  
  15. John Bunyan, d. 1688
  16. Isaac Watts, d.1748
  17. Jonathan Edwards, d. 1758
  18. George Whitfield, d. 1770
  19. John Wesley, d. 1791
  20. John Newton, d. 1807
  21. Francis Asbury, d. 1816
  22. William Wilberforce, d. 1833
  23. William Carey, d. 1834
  24. Elizabeth Fry, d. 1845
  25. Adoniram Judson, d. 1850
  26. Phoebe Palmer, d. 1874
  27. Charles Finney, d. 1875
  28. Catherine Booth, d. 1890
  29. Charles Spurgeon, d. 1892
  30. George Müller, d. 1898
  31. William Gladstone, d. 1898
  32. Dwight Lyman Moody, d. 1899
  33. James Hudson Taylor, d. 1905
  34. Clara Swain, d. 1910
  35. William Booth, d. 1912
  36. Harriet Tubman, d. 1913
  37. Fanny Crosby, d. 1915
  38. Oswald Chambers, d. 1917
  39. Pandita Ramabai, d. 1922
  40. Billy Sunday, d. 1935
  41. C. S. Lewis, d. 1963
  42. Billy Graham (1918–) 

The question that must be asked following this list is: Who are the great men and women of the Christian faith that rejected the doctrine of the Trinity?

We don't know of any.


Footnotes

  1. The Holy Bible: English Standard Version (Wheaton: Standard Bible Society, 2001), Eph 2:20


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