Here, Dale makes a simple response to the Trinitarian “love” argument, that is: “If God is love, then who was he loving before he created Jesus? Hmm? Checkmate! The Trinity must be true then as all three persons in the impersonal Godhead are eternal loving each other!” Later he made more sophisticated responses to this superficial reasoning in these podcasts:
Podcast 132 – 10 Apologists’ Mistakes about the Trinity – Part 2. The argument about love is addressed from ca. 3:50-9:40.
Podcast 157 – Listener Questions 2. The argument about love is addressed from 7:38-11:00.
His response to the Trinitarian “love” argument is that God was loving himself before creation. The expected Trinitarian response to that though is the charge of narcissism. However, this reaction attributes that sinful trait to God—and is thus sensational and wholly unconvincing.
What I find so special about this podcast 51 is that it covers a lot of issues that Zacharias so eloquently presented.
 Trinitarian Kenneth Samples argued in that manner, and I have offered my cogent rejoinder to that here: Trinitarian Samples http://jimspace3000.blogspot.com/2016/04/trinitarian-samples.html.
Related Trinities Podcasts:
- podcast 93 – review of Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus – Part 1
- podcast 94 – review of Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus – Part 2
Regarding Nabeel Qureshi, a former Muslim on his journey from Islam to Trinitarianism. These also cover a lot of issues intrinsic to Trinitarianism.
Related blog entries:
- Trinitarian Samples
- Sundry Dissembling Asunder
- Mormons seeing the man behind the curtain