From one of America's most trusted theologians comes a user-friendly guide to Making Sense of the Trinity. Millard Erickson defends the traditional understanding of "Father, Son, and Holy Ghost" by answering three key questions: Is the doctrine of the Trinity biblical? Does it make sense? Does it make any difference? His down-to-earth approach makes this a useful resource for students, pastors, and laypeople alike. 112 pages, softcover, Baker.
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Date:April 30, 2003
This book is great! Not only is it a book filled with good information, but it is a book that reads well. I recommend this book to anyone, educated in Christian teaching or not. It's sound instruction for today's living will help you understand your faith, and prompt growth in your knowledge of our Triune God.