One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism
We operate in the spirit of C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity. While there are good reasons for holding to our various distinctives, and while these can prove to be beneficial to the Body of Christ, the sad reality is that Christians–far too often than not–have allowed such distinctives to become their supreme focus of unity, forgetting that there is but “one Lord, one faith, one baptism” (Eph 4:5). Such forgetfulness has often led to the exclusion of other Christians from one’s particular group. As a result, unfortunately, we have become a fractured and divisive bunch.
It is hoped that, in light of this reality, Trinityhaus could be a place where Christian catholicity can thrive, a Haus where God’s people–all of them–can live and learn about the Triune God, his ways, his works; it is a place for Christian dialogue and discussion about Scripture, theology, philosophy, and other interesting things. Feel free to chime in! (Perhaps seekers and skeptics would be intrigued as well; all are welcome to join the discussion.) The basic assumption behind this project is that what unites Christians is greater than those things that divide them. The base for our unity is our common faith in Christ, as given to us in the Apostles’ Creed. This is our Creed, for it provides us with the foundation for our learning, worship, and unity.