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Servetus, Swedenborg and the Nature of God
Servetus, Swedenborg and the Nature of God

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Servetus, Swedenborg and the Nature of God
Andrew M. Dibb

The Trinity was defined at the Council of Nicaea and the relationship of the human and divine natures of Christ was defined at Chalcedon. Very few questioned the Church's depictions of the nature of God. Two such mavericks, Michael Servetus (1509-1553) and Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772), in spite of their Christian educations, rejected the Church's creedal understanding of God and the Trinity. Although they lived in two different ages--the Reformed and Enlightenment, and there is no evidence that Swedenborg ever read or even knew of Servetus--the two men came to remarkably similar conclusions about the Nature of God. Each scholar stated that the Trinity does not rest in three Persons, but rather takes form in the single person of Jesus Christ, the visible God.

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