What was the creed of Jesus? Professor Anthony Buzzard of Atlanta Bible College presents an exposition on God and Jesus. Considering proposals of trinitarian writers from C. S. Lewis to Bishop N. T. Wright, Sir Anthony discusses problems with the Doctrine of the Trinity versus pure monotheism as found in the non-trinitarian creed of Jesus. Jesus affirmed and held the creed of Israel as his own – “Hear O Israel, the LORD our God is one LORD” (Deut. 6:4, Mark 12:29). Anthony asks and answers the question: “Is Christianity the only world religion which begins by discarding its own founder’s creed?”
About the Author: Anthony Buzzard
Sir Anthony Buzzard was born in Surrey, England and educated at Oxford University and later at Bethany Theological Seminary. He holds master degrees in theology and modern languages, Hon. Ph.D. Sir Anthony F. Buzzard is one of the most persuasive and energetic voices of our day calling for Christians to pursue reformation and restoration in our time. He is the author of numerous books including: Jesus Was Not a Trinitarian: A Call to Return to the Creed of Jesus; and The Doctrine of the Trinity: Christianity's Self-Inflicted Wound. Anthony is the author of many theological articles and papers. He is the editor of Focus on the Kingdom and was co-editor of A Journal from the Radical Reformation. Retiring after 24 years on the staff of Atlanta Bible College, he continues to write, teach and travel, fulfilling a life-long desire to make the best of Bible scholarship available to the wider church-going public.