Whose Freedom Are You?


A gripping sermon from Doug Jones in 2007. He contrasts unitarian and trinitarian worldviews.

For the unitarian, freedom is removing obstacles in the way of my destiny. I am my own master. “Hell is other people.” I end up a slave, alone in the void. For the trinitarian, it means removing obstacles for others. God is my Master, and His service is freedom. I am never alone. Freedom is found within the constraints of fellowship.

Doug covers a lot of ground, including how unitarianism has played out in Western society and U.S. foreign policy. It is well worth a listen.

Whose Freedom Are You?

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