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The Triune God

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Format: Paperback, eBook
Pages: 352
ISBN: 9781596389816
Publication Date 03/10/14

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While the workings of the Trinity challenge our understanding, Bible-believing Christians cannot let themselves downplay the Trinity or ignore it. We find the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit each present throughout the pages of Scripture—and each equally deserving of our love and reverence.

This book, while not attempting to define or explain the Trinity, dedicates equal space to examining the qualities and roles of each member as we find them in the Bible, to help us grow in our knowledge and understanding. To do so, the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals has gathered essays from leading pastors and preachers on:

Part 1: God the Father

     The Greatness of God — Bryan Chapell

     The Holiness of God Richard D. Phillips

     The Truth of God Kevin DeYoung

     The Wrath of God Richard D. Phillips

     The Love of God — Bryan Chapell

Part 2: God the Son

     The Glory of the Son — D. A. Carson

     The Incarnate Word — Joel R. Beeke

     The Life and Ministry of Jesus — Iain M. Duguid

     The Cross of Christ Joel R. Beeke

     Our Risen Savior D. A. Carson

Part 3: God the Holy Spirit

     Streams of Living Water — D. A. Carson

     The Age of the Spirit — Michael S. Horton

     Born of the Spirit — Philip Graham Ryken

     Life in the Spirit — Hywel Jones

     Holy Spirit, Counselor — R.C. Sproul

These addresses will make us more familiar with each person of the Trinity and will show us how to rightly respond to each one. The more we know how to relate to the Trinity, the more we can enrich our love for our triune God.



Ronald L. Kohl is the senior pastor of Grace Bible Fellowship Church in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, and he organizes the annual Quakertown Conference on Reformed Theology. Prior to that, Ron was a youth pastor and a sports journalist. He still writes sports reports for his local newspaper.