The author of this systematic theological study presents the current stage of the historical research on the Antenicean trinitarian heresies, points to their common characteristic feature, which is their partial admission of the message of the New Testament, reminds us of their topicality, and at the same time also stresses the aspects which current systematic theology finds positive. Finally, he outlines the solution of the problem of continuity between the message of the New Testament and the trinitarian dogma. The connection proposed can be plausibly proved in two ways. First, we confront the image in the appropriate dogma of the one, who is Tri-unity, with the demands of the message of Gospel. If the dogma of Trinity transferred to the domain of praxis 'bears' the message of Gospel about the kingdom of God, then it is no problem to see the appropriate continuity. Second, we compare single heresies with the dogma of Trinity and by this way come to the conclusion that the paradigmatic formulation of dogma can, in a certain sense, comprehend only partial, i.e. heterodox, interpretations of the mystery of Trinity and, therefore, corresponds to the paradoxical multiplicity of the message of the New Testament.