The Henry Center is pleased to announce that the second annual Trinity Debate was a resounding success.

The debate on the question “Do relations of authority and submission exist eternally among the Persons of the Godhead?” is concluded.  The event drew 450 people; lasted for two-and-a-half hours; drew many excellent questions from the audience; brought people from as far away as Louisville, KY; was successfully webcasted, live-blogged, and covered by Christianity Today; and above all, featured high-level theological discussion of Scripture and the things of God.  For that, we are most grateful, and most pleased.  Events like this show that there is indeed a great hunger for discussion of theological matters, contrary to what some might think and some might say.

We at the Henry Center are very thankful for all who came out and all who tuned in by webcast.  Please do check the site in coming weeks for video of the debate.  We may also post statements from the debate participants.  Thanks are due to our excellent debate participants, who modeled charity in their sometimes-spirited discussion of a most excellent doctrinal matter, that of the holy Trinity.