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Father, Son, and Holy Spirit by Bruce Ware

I just finished reading Dr. Bruce Ware’s book short (158 pp) book on the Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit: Relationships, Roles, and Relevance. Originally delivered in five addresses at a pastor’s conference, the book is billed as an accessible … Continue reading

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Marveling at Our Trinitarian Salvation

Yesterday was Trinity Sunday. Sometimes I fear that, like Esau who sold his birthright for a mess of pottage, we can neglect the most beautiful of all Biblical doctrines given to us, that of the Trinity, and leave it to … Continue reading

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Gregory of Nazianzus on the Trinity

This Sunday is recognized by the Christian Church as Trinity Sunday. Here is one of my favorite quotes in thinking about the mystery of the Trinity, from one of the greatest theologians of the early church: “This I give you … Continue reading

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The Joyful Inner-Life of the Trinity

“Take all the happiest experiences of your life: when your girlfriend said ‘yes’ to your proposal of marriage; your wedding day; the birth of your first child; when your 5-year old make s a convincing profession of faith in Jesus … Continue reading

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The Holy Trinity in the Old Testament

The Holy Trinity in the Old Testament Is the doctrine of the Holy Spirit taught in the Old Testament? The following outline is essentially a summary of the first chapter of Robert Letham’s outstanding book, The Holy Trinity: In Scripture, … Continue reading

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