God Appears to Hagar, Abraham, and Isaac (The Trinity in Jewish and Christian Scripture, Part 5)
This is Part 5 of “The Trinity in Jewish and Christian Scripture.”
In the Book of Genesis, the Angel of the LORD appeared not only to Jacob (as we saw in Part 4), but also to Hagar, Abraham, and Isaac. Yet the Angel of the LORD is referred to as God (Yahweh or Jehovah), and yet somehow as distinct from another divine person who is God. This means that the God proclaimed in Genesis is not unipersonal, and that the patriarchs were not unitarians. Anthony Rogers discusses the issue.
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