It is often said that Trinitarian teaching was absent in the earliest, most ancient forms of Christianity, that it was a creation of the Council of Nicea. And yet, while you’ll never find an explicit articulation of Trinitianian teaching in the New Testament, there are more than a few implicit reflerences for those with an open mind. Take this line for example:
“For though him [that is, Christ Jesus] we both have access to the Father by one Spirit.” Ephesians 2:18
So, what’s your take on Trinitarian teaching?