I have a question about the Trinity. I have not followed closely any threads concerning it that I can recall in particular, but did read part of DHK’s post about the necessity to hold to the belief of the Trinity in order to take part in this list. I have mentioned before that I have read more than one book in the past concerning the Trinity, but came away with more questions unanswered than answered. I also understand how important this issue is to some, being that Calvin demonstrated that by burning Servetus at the stake. Some even possibly have been banned from the list for their ideas concerning it. Can any on the list tell us just where the line is drawn in the sand on this issue and explain to us the ramifications of what believing differently genders? I mean is there some wicked notion that corresponds to understanding the Godhead in a different way than say Calvin did? Why would differing from Calvin’s view, what ever that might have been, have been seen as so wicked, so blasphemous that one believing such should be burnt at the stake? Where does this list draw the line. What must one faithfully repeat or beleive concerning the Trinity to be seen as ‘OK’ in their views upon the Trinity, and where does one begin to vary from the views that are ‘acceptable’ to the list?