. . . Providing an Articulate, Intelligent Voice in Defending Biblical Christianity in the Public Square

Q: I would like to ask a clarifying question, and also ask you to consider some implications of your view on the Trinity.
For reference sake, here is the view to which I'm referring: "Suppose, then, that God is a soul which is endowed with three complete sets of rational cognitive faculties, each sufficient for personhood. Then God, though one soul, would not be one person but three, for God would have three centers of self-consciousness, intentionality, and volition, as Social Trinitarians maintain. God would clearly not be three discrete souls because the cognitive faculties in question are all faculties belonging to just one soul, one immaterial substance.