Mark Byron on the Trinity

Mark Byron makes a brief scriptural case for the Trinity. Quite so, quite so. Even though the “Trinity” is never termed as such in Christianity’s foundational writings, the concept of a God who is One-yet-plural, abounds in the Bible, and Jesus himself did not hesitate to identify himself by the Tetragrammaton: YHWH, or “I AM!” By that declaration alone he is worthy: either to be stoned to death — or worshipped in heaven.