Re: The Trinity of Christianity I agree, but what I personally think is not necessarily what everyone else thinks, so the issue can be open to anyone aligned to the label of "Christianity." Everyone approaches it differently, and due to our limited knowledge and experience as humans I guess even Christianity can't be summed up in a single view but must be explored (both in written texts and in reflective thought). Some people see a different purpose for Christianity and have a different agenda. We all have agendas. Who is to say what's essential/unessential and what's legitimate/illegitimate in Christianity when what we've explored is but a small piece of Christianity? Some of us will agree on the central concept(s). But others may have something different. Can we, or they, say that either is wrong? For example, not everyone believes Jesus should be special. Some do. There is the temptation to either think that those that treat Christ as special are doing it wrong, or that those who think he's not special are doing it wrong. I could disagree with someone's view, but that's only because they're not aligned to the same agenda as I am. So who is to say what Christianity's real purpose is? Let's just share what we think. Let it just be a matter of explaining and justifying ourselves. Personal experience can go a long way.