Allah and the Plural of Majesty (David Wood)
In the Quran, Allah repeatedly refers to himself using plural pronouns. Muslims claim that the god of Islam is using the “plural of majesty” or “royal we.” However, an underlying assumption of the plural of majesty is that it’s more majestic to be plural. Hence, according to the Quran, a deity that is somehow plural in nature (such as the triune God of the Bible) is more majestic than a unitarian deity. Should Muslims be so quick to reject the doctrine of the Trinity? David Wood of Acts 17 Apologetics discusses the issue.
Anthony’s Series on the Trinity in Jewish and Christian scripture: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h09_8EkJWhg&list=PLuXxHEHGRVu9Et4L2kxCdoUCcJeheDJST
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