Miller is concerned that the Kassian and DeMoss have an unorthodox understanding of the Trinity, and their unorthodox understanding affects their notion of biblical manhood and womanhood:
There are serious foundational problems with the teaching in this book. The most serious are discussions of the Trinity. The authors then use their understanding of the Trinity as the foundation for their teaching on biblical manhood and womanhood.
For many centuries the Athanasian Creed has been affirmed by Christians. When talking about the Trinity, the creed says: “in this Trinity none is afore, nor after another; none is greater, or less than another.”
But DeMoss and Kassian — following suit with the ’eminent’ theologian Wayne Grudem no less! — teach a contrary doctrine. They say that in eternity, since before the beginning of time, the Father has authority…
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