The Forgotten Trinity: Recovering the Heart of Christian BeliefISBN: 9780764233821
Discover the Living Truth of a Foundational Christian Belief
The Trinity is one of the most important teachings of the Christian faith. It defines God's very essence and describes how he relates to us.
In this book, Dr. James R. White offers a concise, understandable explanation of what the Trinity is and why it matters. While refuting the distortions of God presented by various cults, Dr. White shows how understanding this teaching leads to renewed worship and a deeper understanding of what it means to be a Christian. And amid today's emphasis on the renewing work of the Holy Spirit, The Forgotten Trinity is a balanced look at all three persons of the Trinity.
May this book deepen your understanding of this important doctrine while also drawing you closer to the triune God himself.
James R. White (DMin, Columbia Theological Seminary) is the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, an evangelical reformed Christian apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the author of more than 20 books, including What Every Christian Needs to Know About the Qur'an and The God Who Justifies. James and his wife live in Phoenix, Arizona.
"No doctrine is more fundamental to the Faith than the Trinity. And there is no more brief, clear, biblical, and practical explanation of the Trinity than in these pages."
--DR. NORMAN L. GEISLER, Christian apologist and author of Systematic Theology +
"White's clear argument demonstrates that the historic Christian doctrine of the Trinity is fully and inescapably biblical. The refutation of Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormons is very helpful."
--DR. J.I. PACKER, retired professor, Regent College
"The Trinity is a doctrine where error is especially deadly. James White superbly establishes the biblical basis of trinitarianism, examining its nuances and its place in church history. His lucid presentation will help layperson and pastor alike. Highly recommended."
--DR. JOHN MACARTHUR, senior pastor, Grace Community Church
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