Trinity Debate Files Now Available for Download

We at the Henry Center of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (Deerfield, IL) are very pleased to present the video and audio files for the recent Trinity Debate featuring Wayne Grudem and Bruce Ware vs. Tom McCall and Keith Yandell.

Video of the Trinity Debate
Audio of the Trinity Debate

The debate was intensive and rich.  It is recommended that you use Hansen Fellow Andy Naselli’s excellent live-blog to follow along.

These resources are free as always and available to be widely distributed on the web.  The Center looks forward next year to a debate of similar weight and significance.  Please do feel free to pass these links on to your blog constituencies.  We hope that the debate will be used to stimulate all kinds of meaningful thought about the Trinity and its relations.  May this debate not cause us merely to seek a side; may it drive us back to our Bibles to unearth precious material for our spiritual and theological lives.

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  • Thanks. Wasn’t able to hear clearly from a live feed during the debate.

  • owenstrachan

    Sorry to hear that, Joe. Glad you can hopefully hear this one, and thanks for sticking with it.

  • Al

    My second attempt to watch this debate was successful, and a little earlier in the evening than the first attempt! I am teaching from John 17:4,5 Sunday, so thought this might have some relevance, and it does.

    I found this debate interesting, and challenging, but in understanding the concepts, terms, etc. and to my own beliefs, i.e. why do I believe what I believe.

    Also, the approach of each side to this issue was enlightening.

    I had a little trouble at first figuring out which one looked something like your daughter. The camera man could have helped by zooming in on the individual during the introductions, I would suggest.