OK, I’ve got a strange sense of humour, but I really like this quote by Fred Sanders in The Holy Trinity Revisited: Essays in Response to Stephen R. Holmes
Trinitarianism as it exists in the minds of most believers, many biblical scholars and some theologians in our time is a jumble of highly suspect proof texts, unarticulated assumptions, buried premises, loud non-sequiturs, and obtuse analogies. It is a congeries of Hebrew divine plurals, shamrocks, Melchizedeks, ice cubes and random occurrences of the number three in Bible stories.
It also gives me the excuse to post this wonderful video.
I’ll be revisiting this book and its predecessor over the next few weeks; they have given me a lot to think about.