Father, Son, and Holy Spirit: Relationships, Roles, and Relevance – Bruce A. Ware (2005)

Recent years of scholarship have surfaced some terrific books on the doctrine of the Trinity.  Father, Son, & Holy Spirit: Relationships, Roles & Relevance by Bruce A. Ware is among the best.  Dr. Bruce Ware defines and defends the doctrine of the Trinity with biblical precision, Christ-exalting passion, and theological muscle. Chapter one unfolds the importanceContinue reading “Father, Son, and Holy Spirit: Relationships, Roles, and Relevance – Bruce A. Ware (2005)”

DELIGHTING IN THE TRINITY – Tim Chester (2010)

Delighting in the Trinity by Tim Chester is a welcome addition to the growing number of titles from the folks at the Good Book Company.  This impressive British organization is committed to the advancement of the gospel of Jesus Christ.  Their commitment is reflected in a consistent stream of solid material designed to strengthen disciplesContinue reading “DELIGHTING IN THE TRINITY – Tim Chester (2010)”

MAKING SENSE OF THE TRINITY – Millard J. Erickson (2000)

Making Sense of the Trinity by Millard Erickson is a basic book that asks three profound questions: 1. Is the doctrine of the Trinity biblical? 2. Does the doctrine of the Trinity make sense? 3. Does the Doctrine of the Trinity make any difference? Erickson succeeds in answering each question in the affirmative.  He unpacksContinue reading “MAKING SENSE OF THE TRINITY – Millard J. Erickson (2000)”

THE WORKS OF JONATHAN EDWARDS: On the Equality of the Persons of the Trinity – Volume 21

ON THE EQUALITY OF THE PERSONS OF THE TRINITY In this short, untitled fragment that was originally written on a salvaged letter cover, Edwards demonstrates how “the personal glory of each of the persons of the Trinity is equal, though each one, as they have a distinct personality, have a distinct glory.” Edwards argues thatContinue reading “THE WORKS OF JONATHAN EDWARDS: On the Equality of the Persons of the Trinity – Volume 21”

THE WORKS OF JONATHAN EDWARDS: Discourse on the Trinity – Volume 21

DISCOURSE ON THE TRINITY Jonathan Edwards usually does not waste time in getting to his point.  This work is no exception.  He begins his discourse on the Trinity: “When we speak of God’s happiness, the account that we are wont to give of it is that God is infinitely happy in the enjoyment of himself,Continue reading “THE WORKS OF JONATHAN EDWARDS: Discourse on the Trinity – Volume 21”