Delighting in the Trinity: Why Father, Son and Spirit are Good News

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Monarch, 2005 - Trinity - 192 pages
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Many of us find the doctrine of the Trinity - that God is three persons sharing one nature - difficult to get our heads round, and frankly a bit embarrassing. What is more, we seem to get by without it. But in reality the Trinity is at the heart of all we believe. The Trinity gives shape to Christian truth.

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A Good Introduction

User Review  - Kevin M. Fiske -

I’ve found one of the biggest challenges in communicating the truth of the Christian faith to others, especially unbelievers, is adequately and clearly explaining the triune nature of God. It ... Read full review

Great User-Friendly book on The Trinity

User Review  - Chris Land -

The Trinity is a doctrine in the Christian faith that has been debated for centuries. It has even caused divisions among Christians. Some have said that God is not one in three persons, but God has ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Dr Tim Chester is part of the Crowded House, a church planting initiative in Sheffield, UK. He is a lecturer at the Northern Cornhill Training Course and the author of a number of books including 'The Message of Prayer' (IVP), 'From Creation to New Creation: Understanding the Bible Story' (Paternoster), and 'Good News to the Poor' (IVP). He was previously Research and Policy Director for Tearfund UK. He and his wife Helen have two daughters.

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