"What this book is not is mimetic and unthinking: it is just well-researched, well-cited, eloquently argued, and uncompromisingly Biblical in its orientation. Kerrigan goes where few tread, not for the sake of argument, but for the sake of truth. What you see time and time again is that the Biblical godhead teaching is plainer than what the theologians have been making it."
"A compelling, thought-provoking work ...If you've never questioned what you've been taught or never examined other views, then you owe it to yourself to read this book so that you can at least say with confidence that you've looked at both sides of the issue. Jason Kerrigan presents his research in very understandable language and supports every argument thoroughly from the Biblical text. "
"Jason Kerrigan's book is refreshing to say the least. I have been looking for research on non-trinitarian views and often the material I find is hard to understand. Jason writes at a level that anyone feels good reading. I especially appreciate the time he takes to thoroughly explain his views. Every statement he makes is backed up by scripture and organized thinking."
"Jason Kerrigan has done an excellent job examining a number of passages used by trinitarians to "prove" their doctrine. Often I was pleasantly surprised at the depth and breadth of his analysis." ..". this book is a must for every Christian who wants the facts laid out bare, and then the reader can make their own mind up on Jesus Christ"
"This book has a clear exegesis on the Biblical doctrine of Jesus Christ and His relation to God the Father. ... A systematic Christology, whilst refuting contrary and popular arguments along the way. Dealing with controversial topics such as John ch1 verses 1 - 3, the 5th chapter of the Gospel of John, and clearing the air on what the word "Lord/LORD" really means (amongst many other issues), this book is a must for every Christian who wants the facts laid out bare, and then the reader can make their own mind up on Jesus Christ."show more