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It took the Church nearly 400 years to decide about Trinitarian orthodoxy, producing the Nicene Creed that many churches say on a Sunday morning. Most preachers would prefer to preach on any other subject than the Trinity.

Perhaps we should heed the advice of Brother Elric, a 12th century monk, who, after badly botching a sermon on the Holy Trinity, took a vow of silence for the rest of his life.

SOURCE: Sermon for Trinity Sunday, May 26, 2002 by

The Rev. Todd D. Smelser. The Cathedral Church of St. Philip, Atlanta, GA. Edited by SermonCentral Staff.

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