TF41: Can We Say Anything Else About The Trinity?

Is the Trinity really an unfathomable mystery? Did we exhaust all our material last week? Does any of this have any real application to our daily lives? And what the heck is a Filioque…and if you’ve got one, is there a cure? These questions and more get answered in part two of our series on the Trinity – wherein we also quite intentionally ignore the fact that we’ve done only two episodes on…the Trinity.

Also this week – your last chance to enter our book giveaway contest. Simply like, share and comment on our podcast Facebook post over at https://www.facebook.com/Archdiocese-of-Regina-174067602644767/ for a chance to win copies of Brett’s books “How Far Can We Go: A Catholic Guide to Dating” (written with our friend Leah Perrault!) and “Can Catholics and Evangelicals Agree about Purgatory and the Last Judgment?”. Contest ends June 30th! Winner will be announced July 4th.

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